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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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COURT ADJOURNED i!j BAND FOR ST.MIKK: AT LAST BRADFORD TO BAPTIST CHURCH--- Ill"LLKUN: 'COMMISSIONERS COMMENCEMENT TIIE11.11.S.: : EXERCISES. OP a.

Ten Members Have ,I
Joined More ,
Are
| In public worship, there must ,he a.
THURSDAY I Wanted | true appreciation of God as "the fath The closing exercises! of: tho llnid-
GET $2,167.10 1 er of our spirits." "God is Spirit,1." NAME CLERKS ford High School will occupy five evenings

I I Every once in a 'while a spnsmodic ; !said Jesus to tho woman of S.imani i: beginning\ ; Thursday, the llth (p
1 effort! has been made in Starko to getup in the discourse which still remains mat., at which limo Mrs. J.P. Cn.novlI's
,ALVAREZ-KITE C.YSK CONTIN )
a band-just as such efforts have FOR SCHOOLS our fullest authority the AND INSPECTORS
UEl) TILL FALL TERM I on true character music class will !give n recital vY,
: been
made to form a chamber of commerce of worship "and they that worship Friday evening the eighth grade
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and to establish a canning factory Him must worship Hun in j
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The> circuit court, held in Starltcii spiritnod : -- 1 will give n play under tho directionof
t week, adjourned Thursday but it has always come to naught/ TOTAL FOR STATE AMOUNTS TO in truth." Here, then is the revelation REFUSED!:; 10 ADOPT l ImSOl.u.1'IO'ii' :Mrs. )lU-HSio McGrutlcr. Certificates g
eve- But now at last we are assured of 221.7071' $1.30 PER I of God by Jesus \. :hick is the '
ti". The cases tried since the ac- a I : PRESENTED: : HY POLK I of promotion to the 'hlA'h school will
'tint. given in last week's Telegraph |,: band, for most of the members! have A7TENDANCFTallahassee : very core of our Chri.tllIlI'nrllhip.! I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: be delivered to the eighth grads pupils t
vere as follows: already signed and several of the instruments I Hut the spiritual character of the !, who have, successfully passed. tho
have been ordered. i \ May IliUsborough! ,: worshipper must be considered aluo. examinations.!
Tho case of the most interest beior I| The board "of county commissioners' ,,
The membership so far is an follows I county will receive $1 .R3.GO( as its The true worshipper "shall worship''
the court was "Drew Francis Al- of Bradford county, Florida, met MIY II | Sunday evening, at the school an H- +
: Mrs Ceo.; C. White vlolill'I share of he semi-annuni apportionment thu Father in spirit and in truth for :I
\'nrez.Villie Kite and Perry Kite, indictment ; : ; 1st, IV2! : with the.following members'! torium, Dr. J. J. Bulleti will preachtho
I ;\ H Gui for grand! larceny j present to-wit: Louis H. Hill, H. baccalaureate sermon. Special
accessory, clair L. Peek, violin; S. E.: Ritch clar I cording a !statement issued) by W.' worshippers." It is not in holy 1"1
array !
and receiving stolen goods" wns I Gainey James Reynolds! anti J. \ j music. Eight i o'clock.
ionet; Hamilton hitch, clarionet; A. N. Sheats!, state superintendent of correct dress and posture. but in the I
Andrews Jr. there will be
granted continuance, each of the I Monday evening n senlor -
par- E. Wall (cornet E.': II. Smith, saxophone public instruction.!! This apportionment state of the heart of the worshipperthat
mentioned The chairman being absent play and class night
ties being put under a $500 on account -
; Will Stringfellow trombone is based on an attendance the
overage acceptableness of
worship h
; of a sickness motion Louis Tuesday! evening will be the !graduating
bond. This case grew out of a joyride upon I
J. W. !Morgan bass drum; C. C. Starling of 14,492 pupils sit $1.30 per to be found. Holiness become God'it II.
Hill elected exercises. Proto Roe-
tic wan chnh man tent. Joseph
of March
on night 17, in pro t
snare drum. pupil. Duval county led in the amount house; and in the spirit of holiness we
which F. Townsend and W. F. Fran- Minutes of last meeting read anti nll'r. of tho University of Florida, will "
To make the band of apportionment, receiving $20,001.10 shall seek to
more ('ompJ..teit worship on the coming
unproved. deliver the commencement address l !
of and Drew
cis Pnlatka Alvarez
is desired based attendance of
to have in addition one on an average/ Lord's Day
Jr., and Willie Kite took part. AH alto 1:) Polk third Application of J. L. Spears' for pauper Each evening the exercises will begin
baritone
one one bass horn two .388 piipils. county was There will be service in the morning r
the members of the intoxicated allowance refused. / promptly at eight/ o'clock. i ia
party were }
cornets, one trombone one snare with 8l>13 pupils and an apportionment only the pastor having been requested
and apparently did not know drum. Those who play such instruments I of $11,008.00. Tho total appor- to preach the sermon to thliJrrndulltinR' Upon motion\ $10 was appropriatedfor a . sa.acrC . 0n
what they were doing. The next and wish to join should confer tionment for the state was $225,707. ; class in the high school the relief of Times Sterricks for .
morning the Palatka men claimed thai with S. E. Ritch who, Gft. auditorium in the one month.
has been chosen eVl'ninThe/ morn- SATURDAY IS LAST DAY 4
one of them was minus $500 and the the director of the banl.I Following/ is the tabulated tateml'ntiSl'lu.,1 ing service will be devoted! to a consideration The board proceeded! to appoint '4 FOR PAYMENT: POLL! TAX 4'r
other $15, which they believed the As will be seen, the band is composed by Superintendent Shoats: of "Mother." No ,day commands managers/ / and clerks for tho several! A
Starke boys had taken from them. Al- I of Avge. Amt. election' precincts of avid, county for .. l-
a personnel both able and / a more reverent recognition Saturday will bu the last day 4
varez and Kite were arrested and, earnest, and it will be able to furnish County Attdnee Apportnd. than Mother's Day, and you are invit- the primary election to be held! Tuesday .?' for payment of poll)) taxes as n 4
lately Perry Kite Jr., was arrestedas music for both indoor and outdoor en ; Alachun _. __ hO' ...7,190 $9,317.00 ed to share in honoring mother. after the first Monday in June, qualification for voting in the .

an accessory and receiver of the tertainments. What pleasure and Baker _________.1,168 1,518.40 Should mother be living, let every one 11)22! the same bring the 6th day of "a primary election on June 6th. e. 4a

alleged stolen money. benefit such an organization will con- Bay ___-_________2,048 2.6G2.40 wear a pink flower: should she have said month, as follows\ : The law requires that persons to W ye
The other criminal cases handlel fer on Starke may easily bo conjec Bradford ________1,607 2.167.11)) passed beyond then let the (lower be District' No.1.I J.llwtl'y--It A. 4, be qualified to vote must pay "

were: tured. We wish the new band success Brevard _____ _--_1,609 2,091.70! white. Make it a day of precious' re- BUnchnrd., W. C. Woolen, J. T. Red .b their poll tax not later (than the 4'.i
State vs Tom McBride assault with and hope that the additional member Brownrd ______n_ 991! 1298.70 membrance. dish, inspectors!; 0!. II. Pearce, clerk second Saturday in tho month 4e
Intent to murder. Plead guilty. !Sentence =; ship desired will soon be forthcoming Calhoun _______.1,819 2143.70) -. District No. 2, Starko (nOl.th-W.) next preceding the month in .9N'
18 months In penitentiary. Charlotte _nn___ 520 676.00 E. David, J. A. (Howe, T. P. Wall, inspectors which nn election is to> be held <4.z

State vs Hezekiah Crawford breaking Citrus ___________1,212 1575.60 DR. COX SHOT ; T. N. Kendrick, lerk. Act promptly if you want to vote m Bt i
and entering. Plead not guiltv. COUNCIL ORDERS (I Clay .._________u 911 1,181.30 District No. :S, Starke (south--J.) f' on Juno Cth.MINUTES. .4
Found guilty' by Jury and sentenced to Columbia ---_____3,31 4347.20 W. Morgan, A. 11. Johns J. W. I Edwards .

fivo years in penitentiary.State Dade __--_______6,738 8,739.10: I AT SAMPSON inspectors' ; J. L. Peek clerk. . . + .
vs Jesse Odom assault with SIDEWALKS BUILT DeSoto __________1,353 1,758.90 District No. 4, Gruhllm- -II. )D. Was-
intent to murder. J"lead not guilty. Dixie ____n______ 289 375.70 I din, Thos. Oldham,' Frank Abernnthy,

Mistrial by jury. Continued till next __ _. I Iluvnl .. __________15,388 20001.40 II.A.PERRV ALLKfiKK PIHSICIAN Inspectors; W. T. McEver clerk OFSCHOOL \ :
term. PAYMENT OF CITY TAXES EXTENDED Eseambia ___- -__ _7,39! !> 9.018.70 INSl'LTKD HIS WIFE District) No. I 5, Hampton' --Jesse yy .

State vs G. W. Ilinson, estreatmentof : TO JUNE 1st. Flngler ___..______ 312 411.60 I Alexander .1. V. Jones, H. It. Hall In : '1'
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bond. Defendant not showing suffi- I Franklin ___hn 735: 955.DO: Tuesday night at Sampson City II. spcctors; A. M. Williams, cleik. BOARD :

cient cause why judgment should not The city council) met in regular session Gadsden _______-_4.282 5,500.60[; I A. Perry shot and dangerously wounded District No. 0 I. Thl.'rlsllil-Ci.; t I.

enter, was sentenced to make good in May 2nd, with the following Glades __n ___ _. 332431.60 I Dr. Cox with a .38: calibre revolver. HiriHnn D. \\'. Muore, H. I). !May inspectors ___ 19
the sum of $200 and costs of proceed- members present: S. A. Bryan, O. J.I'Hamilton ..._-____1.977 2,570.10 I Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Daixdcn. ; It. C. HelberKer, clerk. Board met In regular/ session May Il.
ings. Griffin, J. W. White. j Hardee ______ ___2,107 2,739.10 went to Sampson City n.s' soon as District No.1, New !River-G. W. I. II!>:2U:!, with members present, viz: f-
State vs Isham Parks and Jerry Upon motion !Mr. White acted as'' Fernando, _____-__ 918 1,193.40 notified, and arrested Perry and! he is Andrews J. 1 J.::. Adkins, S.: C. Crews L. W. Kkkliter, E. T. Campbell! and
Parks Jr., assault with intent to mur- chairman pro tern. | Highlands/ ___-_. 740 !902.00 now in jail. inspectors; C. M. Phillips, clerk A. A. Hnzen.MinutcH j ,
der. Plead not guilty. Found guilty Minutes of last meeting were read IliUsborough ____11,192 18,838.00 It IH claimed by Perry that Dr. Cox District No. H, Drunker -I' II. 1 Kelly of lust meeting read/ and '.a'

by jury and, each was sentenced to and approved. I Holmes -_____--__2,669 3,469.70 insulted his (Perry's) wife, and Perry A. L. Green, J. E. (;demons\ Inspectors approved.! ij'i
three years in the penitentiary. Mo- Time for paying city taxes was extended Jackson ____. _____5,092 6,619.00 followed him to his home. After some ; L. T. Osteen, clerk. Tho returns from tho elections of (.f
tion made for new trial by attorneyfor to June 1st. Jefferson ___ .-__t.41:; 1,878.50Lafayette I words Cox started in the house when Upon motion it was determined that ho following/ sub-school districts l< wore''
defendants. They were allowed, Estate of Ceilia Edwards was allowed -1 -______1.053 1,368.90 I Perry shot four limes but only hit Justice of the Peace District No. 4 4, canvassed and the results shown as \I

!00) days to make up bill of exceptions, exemption of $3.85 on city taxes Lake -___________2,432 3.161.00 I him once. Tho bull I IY.'nt in at the comprising voting precincts numbers fellows:
and supersedeas bond fixed at $:500; for for 1921. Lee ___________1,82 2.373.801 point of the shoulder blade and came 7 and 8.be dissolved and that voting District No. 3, Stnrka_Trustees, E. j t 'J
each. The clerk wns instructed to get prices Leon _______3.206 4167.80 j out at the breast precinct No. 7 shall be Justice of the S.: Matthews )D. E. Knight and G. W. s' .1

The following civil cases were din- of 36-inch and 48-inch terra cotta Levy ____________1,988 2,584.40 Peiico District No. 7 and voting precinct Alderman; 3 nulls assessed.District I. 1 {
posed of: pipe with a view to fixing ditch from Liberty __________ 381,089.40 CiREEN; WILL NOT RUN No. 8 shall be Justice of the No. 7--Trustees, J. P. Pad

M. F. Brown vs J. H. Brough dam Trom Cherry to Church streets Madison _________3,154 4100.20 Peace District No.8.Commuoicatlon gett, R. C. Heiberger and Fred Clover-
ages $200. Defendant's counsel did Reports of bond trustees, treasurer Manatee ______--2.684 3,489.20 To the Voters of Bradford County: received from board settle; 3 mills assessed.
not appear. Jury found for plaintiff, and tax collector for the month of Marion __________5,126 6,923.80 Permit me to thank you for your of county commissioners, of Polk District No. 10, Vanlorbiit-TrulI-
$110 and $36 attorney's fee. !May ordered filed. Monroe __________1,833 2460.90 support in the past and for your kind county, asking this board to adopt the tees, F. M. Norman, I.. L. dinner and
James Reynolds vs C. W. Henderson Ordinance No. 113 was passed. An Nassau ____-_____1,181 1,035.30/; offers! to support me for a scat in the following resolution: ; R.[ M. Alvarez; 3 mills aiiHessed. .II 1
Okaloosa ______ _1,789 2,325.70 next house of There It be doubtful Graham Trustees
& Co., damages 1000. By agreement ordinance to be entitled an ordinance representatives. "Whereas appears to District No. 11, ,
of counsel, case referred to E. prohibiting the unlawful custody of Okeechobee ______ 498 647.40 is nothing/ that is more gratifying to that the !gasoline tax: law Is valid!, I L. C. Smith Jas. Reynolds and Chos- )

M. Johns, Esq., as referee. intoxicating liquors, or the sale thereof Orange __________3,675 4,777.50: me than the confidence imposed in rie and Icy! Fogg/ ; ::1> mills assessed.
John C. Wills plaintiff In error, vs within the Town of Starke. FlorIda Osceola _________1.229 1,597.70 by my friends. You have been goodto "Whereas, It Is of vital Importanceto District No. 12, New River-Trustees
Town of Starke, defendant in error, and providing penalty therefor. Palm Beach ______2,619 3,404.70 me and this Inspires me to give to Florida that the present road con- G. W. An.lrews, D. W. Kolley
appeals* from mayor's court. Judge Ordinance No. 114 was passed. An Pasco ___________1,688' 2,001.40Pinellas Bradford county my best service. tracts of the highway department be emit I W. :M. Parker; :3 J mills assessed.District .
disqualified by reason of having been ordinance entitled An ordinance to __. ___--.4.769 6199.70 We need a strong delegation in the completed and new project entered No. 15' Heilbronn-Trustees -
attorney of record for the state at the provide for the procuring of search Polk _u?_____-_8,513! 11,066.90 legislature next session as I feel that Into and N. D. Green, Draw Reddish and {;
time of the appeal. warrants and to authorize the police Putnam ______u-2,569 3139.70 the time is ripe for the annexation of "Whereas, It appears that ho said J. I,. Paimenter; 3 mills. assessed., 1 fr
officers/ to make search and seizures. St. Johns ________1.678 2,178.80St. a strip of Clay county, and I know tax Is fair and just and meets with District" No. 18, Brooker-Trustees, : ,
Sidewalks were ordered on Call Lucie ________1.822 1,978.60 that unless our legislators use their the general approval of the people of J. Morgan! L. R. Gainey and S. V. r
METHODIST street and Church street to connect Santa Rosa ______2,973 3.801.90 earnest! influence that we will not receive Florida. Andreu; 3 mills'" assessed. j ?
with walks already on said streets. Sarasota nu___ 603 861.90 state aid on the roads of our "Now, Therefore, lie it Resolved, If District No. 27, Sampson--Trustees
Come to Sunday school next Sunday The council adjourned.C. Seminple _______-2,180 2,011.80 county. These nnd a few minor thingsare the said law is really)) Invalid that it M. Varnes, II. Brown and J. I,. Wynn; f
morning at 10 o'clock, Brother L. A. A. FUTCH, Sumter _______...1,738 2259.40: very material for the progress' of be declared the sense of thin board 3 mills ituw sed.
Davis, superintendent.Next Clerk. Suwannee --_____4,409 5,731.70 our county and I want to see them accomplished that the Governor should call a special District No. 31, nosi Trustees, 1 t ;
Sunday Is the day when the Taylor -_________1,539 2000.70 but I hardly feel that it session of the legislature) for tho purpose Jas. Rosier, J. E. Rosier and Jas. Gas-
Christian world honors the mothersby ST. MARK'S CHURCH Union ___________1,241 1613.30 would be fair to me financially and of re-enacting the said law and kinsi; : mills IIlIlIpRsp.l.Inllllmul'h j
a special service. The object of Volusia ___Ji_____3,996 5,194.80 otherwise to resign the office of coun- the Governor Is hereby requested to i as Lawtey Long Bridge
Mother's Day is to brighten the lives Fourth Sunday after Easter. Wakulla _________1,069 1,376.70 ty judge to enter the contest or to accept call such session for that purpose, I and Pine 11111 did not hold their election rj

of our mothers and make them more Twilight service at 6:00:: p. m. Walton __________2.370 3,081.00 a seat in the house If given me and that a copy of this resolution be i as called we are hereby calling
loved, honored and reverenced by chil The annual convention: of the Dio- Wa"hlngton2,1524 3281.20 without opposition. sent to the Governor." another election to be held in these

dren-to ask men and women and cese will meet at Apalachicola on next I wish to especially thank those On roll call all voted In the negative precincts on June 3, 1922.
children to make their mothers feel Wednesday. A large number of cler- Totals _______169,341 220143.30 who have voluntarily offered me their one member absent. The secretary was ordered to take ay
that she is "Queen of May" In their gy and lay delegates are expected. Amt. for apportionment.. 226,707.68 support and trust that at some future The clerk and chairman of this up $2100! ) in notes given for current
hearts. The church Is governed not by bishops Amt. apportioned _______ 220143.30 time I may feel able to make the board were Instructed to prepare the expenses. '

Faith of our mothers holy faith as some think, but by a legislative financial sacrifice to again represent ballot for the primary election to beheld
We will be true to thee 'til death. body. We live under a representative Balance not apportioned._ 5,581.38 Bradford county In the house of representatives June 0, 1922.G. GREEN-DEES

Faith of our mothers, conquering faith government with its state legislaturesand or In the senate. W. ALDERMAN, -
Faith of our mothers, saving faith national congress. The people are CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES Sincerely your friend, Clerk and Auditor. Mr. Howard C. Green and Mist

aith of our mothers holy faith, represented in these legislative bodies R. A. GREEN. Margie Dees both of Brooker, were
May we be true to thee 'til death.In Likewise th e churches of a Diocese Our Sunday school attendance con TUB COUNTY; CAMPAIGNThe married by Judge R. A. Green at the
with are governed by its representatives test in now on. Whoever you are who WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS home of Mrs. Sally Malphurt last
the evening we will worship in its annual convention ....! the general ..\I&Y read then lines& If you are not T-' 'suit,; has only one new Thursday' night.
all the churches in the commencement Is governed by its triennial con- already attending some Sunday school The Woman's Club met Wednesday nnouncemrnt this week, that of Mr Mr. Green In an industrious young 'v.

exercises of the school.TANNERPOWELL.. vention, which !Is composed of dele in town, we urge yoa to Join ours during afternoon In the council room of the 'f. P. Galney, who Is n candidate to farmer of the Brooker section, while
this contest. You will enjoy the city hall with nineteen members succeed himself county commis ,
gates from every Diocese The reason a* his bride Is a talented young lady admired I
for this similarity is that both the increased knowledge of God gained present. stoner for district No. 5, composed of by a large( circle of friends, who;
-and Mr. Robert constitution of tho church and that of from being In a class, and you will be The club house committee reported Hrooker and New River voting pre wish them much happiness. f
Miss Powell
Emma when the losing that the club home would be finished
much sure of a big time new el nets.
composed
Tanner married last week in the nation were very
were at about the same side treats the winning side the last by the first of June. After the No candidate for comti'ssloner hft. Brady Rrown's two story store t'
bride Is the attractive by the same men,
Macclenny. The Mr. and Mrs. Robert time and In the same city. of the month. The school begins at 10 usual routine of reports, the electionof vet announced In district No. 1 or dill building, next to Scott's drug store, Is
daughter of o'clock and the lesson for next Sun. officers took.plucu and resulted as trlct No. 4. The time In which cnn being Improved by a substantial outside '
Powell, Is a graduate of the Bradford found In 2nd Chron. 30. follows d'dates next Ida of the
successfully Mrs. Ilamric kindergarten closed day I II : may qualify expires staircase on the north (
High School and has the Baldwin last Friday and the wee children are The sermon at 11 o'clock will grow President, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Tuesday. It Is! presumed. that someone building, and the upstairs flat, occu-
taught several terms in now free for a long vacation. The out of the Sunday school lesson. There Vice President, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. will come forward and offer to vied by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Motes, has t
chool. Mr. Tanner Is a prominent of the children visited the will be no service at 8 o'clock in the Secretary, Mr*. D. E. Knight. serve before that date. been securely Ncreencd.egraph t tl
parents
young man of Baldwin, and the young kindergarten Friday morning and evening on account of the baccalaureate Treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.J. Judo R. A. Green who requestedthe l
couple will make their home there.weekend heard the children recite In their class services of the high school. We Telegraph to state lust week th the
Mr. and Mrs. Tanner spent and work which reflected much credit on are glad to join In this public recognition II. Wentworth made a business his announcement for representativewould stating that he will not be a candi
Mr.
Mrs.here Robert with Powell.her parent, Mrs. Hamrick's careful training. of inch a worthy institution. trip to Lake Butler last week. appear In this issue of the Tel. date. J *J JI

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THE NEWS OF J PENURY LEVEL stuff. A' week in a blind tiger would monkey business; the master mind
:1:1BETRAYER I W.C.T.U.; COLUMN"NOTOBACCO hard boiled when he caught
: OF h either kill or cure the most stubborn. was anybody
ResolutionI'iMMrit", / liy Paper Borrow- ORIGIN OF MEMORIAL: DAY "Public records show that whiskeyis working out of bounds/.he to''
ing Club 1 --- being withdrawn from bonded ware- the( police.
EDITH CAVELL 4. (By Miss Carrie Amelia Ray) I DAY" i houses at the rate of 072,000 gallons Slabery was permitted to try i b

Penury [Level )May 11..-Well, !Mi tI a month row as against 8,000,000 hand first on a cigar store-one of t 11 I
Editor, we have had some rain and the '!> .!> .. ..) <' <' Editor Telegraph: I II gallons a month prior to prohibition.The "easier jobs" in New York (Citv

IS NOT DEAD blackberry crop is "''lVe(!. Come out i I This is the Day of the Dead. Not Kindly allow mo to protest againstthe /; present available supply of real seems. The boss and some of his h, ,
to us three weeks from now and pick especially the day of mourning, for I editorial utterance of the Tampa'' whiskey, therefore is about 12 percent tenants hid nearby to watch his won' '

all the berries you want. Nothing the heart that mourns knows no dis- i Tribune, as quoted in your issue of of what it used! to be. and see how he got along. When .i'

k RENEGADE: SPY SERVING: A LIFE small about us. tinction of days in its grief, but a day j I April 28, headed "Down With These 'I'II "There are no statistics on moon- rested Slabery was arraigned for tin
SENTENCE AT !SIGNS\ -WAS! The monthly meeting of the Paper of gentle memories and loving tributeto | Traitors." shine, hooch and stuff smuggled across degree robbery! but in view of his vu
NOT GUILLOTINED Borrowing Club Friday night was well those who have gone before; a day i The inference from such a heading'Is the borders. Students of the situation uable exposure the police are inclineto
k attended. There was some talk about set apart for strewing graves with that the Tribune characterizes aai i ay, though that all of that could not be lenient.

Mons Belgium, May !r.-"Armand having tha club Incorporated but the flowers for want of a better means of i traitors those who aro seeking to create possibly equal the 072,000 gallons
Jeannes Is dead!" cost, $2.50, would be, moro, than the testifying \\ove and regret and tender I, sentiment against tobacco. If so, ; drawn from warehouses. But assume TNOKNDYKE ON DEBTI
It was tho commandant in charge/ members could stand. A Tite >Wadd recollection. I I all our school boards and public schoolteachers that it does. Then a total would show i believe debt is unnecessary.
of the gloomy brick-towered prison at historian of the club, gave an Interest- l i' In its public observance the day is i must be so classed, because : that the country is getting only 21 By debt I do not mean the legitimate
''i IMona who told me this, when I inquired ing talk. lIe Hold the club had its inception still, as at the beginning, one of honorto ': the school boards require the per cent of the liquor it formerly; got. '' debts incurred by borrowing of
the world war, and was the of soldiers who teachers I like it legitimate sources any certain sum of
for the Belgian/ nrch-traitoi during memory gave to warn the pupils against In other words, whether we or
'
j who sold his country to Germany for formed for the purpose of relieving( 'their lives for their country; but it I just as they warn them not, the consumption of whiskey in money needed( to carry on a business
'! 25 pieces of silver.I publishers of Bradford and Union i t has taken upon itself a broader significance ,: -I quor. Will our good parents tolerate I I the United States has decreased 75 which may for the time being need
had learned positively that this counties! from having to use so much a deeper meaning; to those such a charge against the teachers? per cent. It isn't here to consume."That's more cash' -nor the money owing for
renegade spy-believed by many to high-priced paper. The club now numbers ,. who "sigh for the touch of a vanished | The Tribune exclaims against Gov. what the boys are kicking I the Investment of a home or farm-:
have been the betrayer of Edith Ca- thirty heads of families, who all | hand, the sound of a voice that isstill. : McRae, of Arkansas for his proclaiming about-not the principle of the thing, yet even for such things there should
veil, the heroic nurse who was executed read papers subscribed for by only ." It is the'Day of our Dead, our March 17 as No-tobacco day in but the lack of liquor. The tighor tho be-a saving and scrimping to keep the
) In the war by a German firing two men. lIe Dwelled on the praiseworthy Sabbath of souls kept in memory of that state calling the governor a time shoe pinches the louder the holler. "sinking fund" in proper condition.
squud-had not gone to the guillotine efforts of the members to keepup those whom we count our "loved( and serving politician. That such an accusation "One prohibitionist thinks it might There are always to be found men-
as reported, or committed suicide or with what is going on in the world lost. It is a beautiful custom born is absolutely groundless will) be a good idea to let them draw all the also women-ready to take advantage
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died n natural death. without cost to themselves.Mr. I of War to endure in "cntle Peace. I Ibe evident to anyone caring to give remaining supply of whiskey in one of extended credit where the same v

"Monsieur! Commandant," I pressed Bumm threw, a /scare into the The observance of Memorial Day i the matter real thought. Tobacco is in I'I'i month and get it over with. With that offered. These people would prefci,
y i my inquiries, "has Joannes said anything club by the statement that one of the I originated 1 in the South before the | the saddle tobacco is king.: Tobacco gone he says the country will be DOper to buy silk socks at a dollar and .,
since his conviction and death two subscribers had quit taking the I close of hostilities. It was inaugu- enjoys a prestige not accorded any cent sober. > The hooch makers half on credit than to buy those eo<
sentence which would clear up the papers, because he was tired of belnj> i rated by Southern women, who, by j'1 other questionable'thing. It is used by would l never be able to supply more Ing twenty-five cents and fillY foi
mystery surrounding Edith Cavell's bothered with borrowers, so that the ; degrees, established tho custom each persons of high standing, : in practically than I per cent." them; would buy porterhouse at lifb.
betrayal?" club now depended on only one subscriber I year of decorating with flowers tho nil the different walks of life, business cents on credit rather than to pay fill

( "Demi men tell)) no tales," said the to furnish reading! matter. /graves of the dead. The date was men of' prominence( politicians, SCHOOL TEACHES CRIME a twenty-cent soupbone; would ordo
commandant "Armand Joannes Is Old Man Beggs made the pointed : chosen because on the 26th( of April, including. President )larding, professional some sliced pineapples and "(!O
dead" remark, that it was doubtful if thepapers 1805, Albert Sidney Johnson surrcndernd -i men including distinguished 1 trusted"" rather than buy prunes! ampay
r r New York Experienced Crooks( Take
3 "i Traitor( is Actually Hurled AliveIt would( hold together until ev- i <1 to Sherman in Raleigh, N. C., ': physicians, noted) preachers und offi1 Novices' Under Wing for them.
is d'nth-a living death-that ery member of their families hud rend, and a large number of soldiers were leers 1' of churches. How can u governor In other words there are thorn! whc,
( them since each had tr given honorable discharge from the arc trying to live a Hudson sr
an
i has befallen Armand Jeannes. lit now paper ; i j condemning such an honored thing: The police of New York City are super
Is burled alive! serve twico as many readers as before army. Some writers say that Mrs. be accused of time-serving? convinced that they for months have life on a Ford income. That is one or
Though/ sentenced! to the guillotine\ lie thought the Johnstown ",Williams of Columbus, Ga., was the One needs only to read Gov. Mc- been at War with n school of crime the causes of conditions being strained
he probably will not feel] the knife News might do so, being/ printed or woman who started the custom of I i Rae's proclamation, the writer will which is operating on a scale of organized ns they are occasionally. That is wha
a across his precious neck. Only a tidul thick paper but that the Teleirrnph, decorating soldiers' graves: in the 'i gladly:& furnish it to those desiring it, thoroughness/ unknown in the defunct grocery concern in Kissim
the Blade and tho Times could l not spring 'time. meo is securing judgments from
?' IIthousnnd'
wave of public sentiment can SWCt.phint to be convinced that he has no thought city's previous history. Official* are
n to tho executioner stand so much handling./ This led ti In the spring tit 1868 Mrs' John A. I of "forcing tobacco prohibition on the out now on a quiet roundup of the dollars up to n half-dozet
animated discussion, and a com- Logan came from Washington to( visit thousand dollars against individual
But Jennnes is dead 1 i>o far as the an country." lie says, "I feel sure thatit graduates of the crime school which
t authorities are concerned. lIe is hidden mittee was!' appointed to see the editors the battlefields of the South. !Mrs Is a subject for moralists and) educators they believe! will break the backbone the debtors having been Allowed h.
E i away in Mona prison, and in prison of these papers, and( try to Induce Logan wrote to the New York Herald rather than for courts and of the wave of burglaries and holdups run up bills to frightful figures [II
,w lie will probably remain the rest I them to use stronger paper for, their as follows: "One graveyard that I sttatutes-the people must be led to that has thus far defied the ingenuityof such cases, however, there is a vase

I of his days, seen by n human being. publications. struck me as being especially patheticwas renounce tobacco voluntarily, rather I the wisest experts in the police de amount of negligence and impropei,
and always in tho shadow( of the guil I. M. Poore suggested! a code of ethics in Richmond. The graves were I than be driven from it through penalties business methods to be attributed b> '
partment.
., lotine. for the club, which was well reccivcd. new, and just before our visit there: 1 of the law." Just exactly the I Ii the firm that would allow such conditions
Belgium still has the death penalty A committee was appointed had been a Memorial Day observance, i thing our schools have ostensibly With wide-eyed astonishment l! the .
{ in tho penal code. But no one has to draw up a set of ethics, in the formof and upon each grave had been placed( I I stood for these many years. And now old timers in the police department "To earn a dollar ana spend one dollar -
been guillotined for nearly 60 years., resolutions, and the following pre a small Confederate flag and, wreaths! I that the work of the schools is bearing' listened to an amazing story of cold and five cents is profligacy; to earna
The reason Is that bac kin 186 two amble and resolutions!' were unan!. of beautiful flowers. The scene seem fruit this lover of the weed !la ready blooded crime, organized on a highly dollar and spend ninety-five cents is
il men were guillotined here in Mons and mou-sly adoptnl: ed most impressive to me; and( when I I to cry "treason." scientific business basis, with a card frugality,"" said a noted man. The
, when shortly afterward it was found Whereas, It has pleased tho powers returned to Washington, I spoke of it I The ono great objection urged by index that marked off the city into man, young or old 1, married or single,
( that they were innocent Belgium was that rule all things to take from our to the general and said I wished there the Tribune editor against "tobacco districts, each in charge of a lieutenant who cannot adapt his expenditures to

F so shocked that since then the king midst one of our sources of newspaper could be concerted action of this kind I prohibition," which, as has been said, who !gave directions to his criminals his income has no-right to have an in-
has commuted all\ death sentences to supply, tho said man being a paying all over the North for the decoration is not sought by the "reformers" I IIIj with all the efficiency of a city come. The man who is continually
life imprisonment. subscriber to four papers in Brad of the graves of our own soldiers. The economic. And he uses the same ob- political boss-a story told in graphic "broke" is not an inset to the com-
Usually the law authorntics sign a ford and Union counties, leaving the general thought it a capital I Idea and j jertion to discredit the prohibition of detail! by Herbert G. Slabery, captain munity. The man who cannot carry
tho to commute members of this club only ono. subscriber set about to secure its adoption, and God's of the United States transport Ben- about a few dollars in his pocket and
p1 petition asking king I liquor. lie is not considering
death sentences. But in the archtraitor's I to furnish us said papers; anti ;May :HOHi was designated as Memorial will in either case. neton Grange; during the World War.Worked refuse to spend it except for actual

r ease they have refused. Meanwhile I Whereas, Said retired J subscribe Day for the North." I Much more crowds for utterance Jut Under Crime Thief necessities is really not worth raisIn -
all Belgian organizations of ex- hnrf intimated that he js tired of paying -I Into the Decoration Day we now I must! refrain. Slabery was arrested! by the police A fifteen dollar suit paid for,
soldiers aro demanding Jeannes execution for papers) just to be loaned out I celebrate there has entered a new element I ERNEST THORNQUEST.: while robbing/ cigar\ store, under direction makes! a better man and contributed a
and the newspapers are carrying to a set of bums, too poor or stingy that binds. together all parts of I of the city "crime chief"-his better feeling than a sixty-dollar suit
on a campaign for his death. or trifling to pay for their own papers our common country. A beautiful fraternity "IK PROHIBITION ISN'T: BEING first job after receiving a course of on the installment plan.
No Visitor U Allowed to See Him and who would drive publishers out ot I between the blue and the gray ENFORCED WHAT ARE THEY instruction from the "master mind" The term of being "a good spender"never
It is futile to try to sea Jeannes. the business; nnd has long since sprung up. This mutual I KICKlNfJ: ABOUT?" who presides over tho crime school. made half the number of real
The prison authorities have reachedthe Whereas, There is now only one respect and esteem' has grown He was taught the "best method of friends that the reputation of "being

point where they du not even admit subscriber to furnish papers to all of'' and bt'cometronlt, with the passim; "At u literary club in New York a committing the various kinds of burglary close-but always pays the cash" hay I
his existence! Thus they save I us, and it is meet that we-do not offend of the years. But the union of the I cattleman from Texas was being entertained and robbery, and was schooled! formed. The workman who cannot
both king and executioner from bearing him, to our own injury and thereare two has been perfected only recentlyby ," says a writer in the Saturday carefully by the master mind as to pe talong unless "the ghost walks" every
the brunt of public sentiment. ethics, which each member owes the World War and by the coming Evening Post of March 18. "He just how to act in the various emer week-cannot have enough ready

This man of 33 originally sold hill his. fellows; be it therefore between of the khaki on which all I had been drinking a bottle of real beer gencies.! money to last him two weeks an wellas
country for 25 francs a month. The Resolved That we harbor no hard hearts look with gladness. There walkIn the first he had tasted in a year or so. Slabery, the police say, was admit- one-is, pure and simple a spend
( Germans later increased his pay until feleings toward the retired subscriber our midst young men wearing the He was enjoying himself immensely ted to the crime school while wandering thrift. The man who cannot bank a
he was getting 7BO francs a month. for what he said about us, for we uniform of our country who know no when one of the party exhibiting one the streets of New York City look- few dollars each week is not a useful'
1'I Jcannea disappeared when the German are not like those who have no charity North, no South no East no West of these cartoons (anti-prohibition) ing for work. A stranger approached member of 'society-unless he Is devoting -
war machine collapsed, but fate and but only America. In every localityIn began to orate on what a terrible him one day and promised "easy pick every cent to buying a home or
played him a trick. When the fleeing Resolved, That no member of this this great land there is a chair by! thing it was to have our personal liberty ings"; if he would take a few lessons settling each week a sum upon those
S r Germans destroyed their documents club shall steal beg or borrow any the fireside still empty,and the lonely abridged and how New Yurk resented first. Slabery, was offered a chanceto whom he legally owes. For there are
rl one heap in a barn near the Belgian paper from the remaining subscriber hearts of a mother father and others it. start out in one of the less fruit- 'legal" debts as well as those "ille-\

frontier in northern France was overlooked until he has read. it himself; and be it ,' near and dear Lire still aching for the 'Just a minute,' interrupted the ful districts with a promise of pro- ral."
" also chnki-clad soldier who crossed l the Texan somewhat' surprised and gen- motion to a better' one if he made I would very much dislike to be in
In this mass of papers were found Resolved, That, whenever a member brine never to return. This brings us uinely puzzled. good. a condition that were I called to All 1 a
20 reports made by Jeannes, together sees his or her name in a country to the time when our patriotism has 'Let me get this thing right. If Poaching Not Permitted better job elsewhere I'd have to wire:
with his German police card, and let I correspondence in a paper, he or she been rekindled by the new message/ of prohibition is not being enforced, and The first thing he was told.was. to "Send money for transportation and
: ters from him to his German must not cut out such an item for )Decoration Day. There are graves you fellers can get all the licker you keep off of anybody else territory. I'll come." I certainly would; were Ian
Kirschenheim which he chlef'l( scrap book purposes, before such paper which we can never visit because so want as you say and ns that paper Each gang had its own district and employer never hire a man of that
' ,k his exploits and asked for more shall have been read by every many miles interpose their weary says, what are you kicking about?' tad u right to work exclusively there. sort. I certainly would not. I thank
ey for his "faithful service." mon.1 member of the club. length between us. and them, but wean "That stopped the argument. There "They told us there wasn't to be any you.-W. L. Thorndyke in Kissimroee
Joannes claimed he had Resolved also, That every member think of the little green mound was no ready answer. Someone mum poaching, and they would stand for no Gazette.

f deaths of 126 Belgians, Frenchmen carefully note the date on which the "over there" and, muse over the virtues bled something about the principle of -
and British, including Miss Cavell. subscription for any paper eqpires of him whose remains make that the thing but the general effect was
and in a suitable manner remind the n sacred spot. There are some who
His trial .
ippp was a sensation At first a shot right through the argument."The i
he subscriber of the approach of such ex- sleep in nameless graves" somewherein his
( was contemptuous and defiant but Texan had not so intended
'k ht, the evidence against him was so piration, so that he may renew his France" who gave their splendid J question. He was really curious to
{. 4'' strong that his bravado soon vanishedeven subscription before( the editor stops young lives for their country, andon understand the viewpoint."Yes .
though no direct evidence was the paper, which would be a calamity this day our hearts pay to them a what were we kicking about?
, brought that he tcr the club. Also, that when a man or tribute of love and tender recollec- admit-
personally reported "Yes, if New York, officially
I"
, !Miss Cavell to the German police. woman is found, who can be )persuadd 1- ioni. ted to be the wettest state in the UnIon JL-uTLtL;

Iq to subscribe for one or more papers The muffled drum's sad roll has beat can get all the. liquor it wants
A SIIIJGLE111.1.: : BURNS DOWN; A that said person be given no The soldier's last tattoo; why all the violent protest? Why the
TOTAL (LOSS! peace until he or she subscribes and No more on life's parade they'll meet, frequent scenes of public resentment?
shares the paper or papers with the Or their brave deeds( renew. "The answer is, of course that it -
F, Last Thursday night between 10 club. On Fame's eternal camping. ground can't do any such thing. Right now
and 11 o'clock, the shingle mill caught Resolved, That these resolutions be Their silent tents are spread, there is less drinking in proportion to Elberton Blue Georgia Granite w
fire and the roof was in flames before not spread upon our minutes, as our
And Glory guards with solemn round the population of New York than ,"THE STONE ETERNAL"
the alarm was given Mr. P. Toma- children when rending( the same, and
The bivouac of the dead. there was when the old settlers got
sello was the first to discover the fire not understanding the principles that the Indian chiefs tea'd up and talked And GEORGIAJMARBLE! iniu'| ,ariousjhade make
1, and used his gun aa an alarm. Soon actuate this club may get a poor opinion Stnrke.o'la.., Island for C
nearly all the people were awakened of their parents. Sy say WP all. April\! 26, 1922. something them out of like Manhattan shilling.. MEMORIALS J
and) responded with alacrity, but it A. Tito Wadd, I. M. Poorv, H. F..
Old Lady (to newsboy)-You don't "In spots the drinking is unusually
Bi'ggs A. Bumm
was too late to save the mill. Several Committee.
thousand BLUE EYES. chew tovacco, do you, litHe boy? heavy particularly among that class Renowned
shingles removedto
were NewlliNo, mum, but I kin giver of well-to-do men who in the old days
i; safety, and about 50,000 were consumed FOR ARCHITECTURALDIGNITY:
Amongthe
a cigarette is could alTordto buy champagne. h hand
by the fire. He-I could! lance on like this forfver. you want one.--
Boston I'ost. wage-earning people there l is a
The mill was owned by the Ideal EVERLASTING.ENDURANCE
conviction that the 1
She-Oh, I'm sure don't positive governor
) American Corporation and operated you moan
i by S. L. Griffis. It! You're bound to improve.-Pearion's Gushing Girlie-I believe I havedawned of North Carolina in his. historic remark Three essential factors tobeconsidered; in buying monuments
with before huvn't I? to the governor of South Caroline -
t. The mill will probably be rebuilt, Weekly. you are BEAUTY PERMANENCY. : I''
Her Victim-I dunno; but if you had it right. It is more than along APPROP- I
N as again.the engine Mr. Griflla and boiler Is salvaging can bo lined the I She-I wonder why they put cornmeal have why don't you do it now?-Vau- time between drinks. In; many RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combsinati6n ., w

machinery and, removing the debris. on the floor when they dunce? t'ville News. cases it is permanent."The when buying our material.COGGINSIMARDLE '
I
The fire Is thought to have ; He-Oh, that's to make the chickens. fact is there ia not enough liquor
/ originated : CO.
from sawdust which had brokenout feel at home.--Tho [,,'uthernl'ck.I Teacher (after spending twenty to 'go around and it is getting CANTON, GP. ;.
minutes touching the pronouncUtion scarcer all the time. Aside from nor- Leading Manufacturer of the South

t several, with times the Thursday above result and leftsmoldering I Only Ono "IJ O"O QUININE": of "vase") -What do. you see on themantelpiece :. may restraint which doesn't cut much I Field or Special Representative,
Co vt th. vrnufre,cult at home? figure in New York the average man W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE FLA.
1' The loss is near $:?,OOO, with In-
no I riVh ago to QVINL.IL' Lwkl"wnaliir7' : 01 JackieFather's! feet Winnipeg I. Is either unable to pay the price or I 1
t. W. OKOVK. Cares a COM In OM |>. .
Johnstown News.
surance.- "oust and .....<1..11.. and w.uk- oj -..Id.* atops 1-' Free Press I he is\ afraid to take a chance with bad r' .. .. ....' ...., ... .,..,..."'...."..,........'..,. "



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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922.
BKAEFO.UJ COUNTY TELE GRJ\I'U.. STAUKE. rumu) PACK TUtU: }
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Ba&iaMM'MrcPOT! t tQtOl mmtlloutl{ f ahOCtilNttNR1Sl1tGtQtJ; >t9A1@ !tCmat016ttk4khn-;K;- [. .- I I r Mrs Holder visited friends In l. r-"n'l; Mrs Minnie JTlWlttt H ;ip d'1', :

,|, Hampton Friday Wednesday hero Hulling. 'ie' j
News of Florida in Short
Paragraphs I I H. S. Roebuck was a week-end visitor Shepard Dukes. and Mm. Hallo Job'd -,.
,... .. 'I s
19Y. 1,1- YIYU .
.iJ?" '.L FhulYl' ._..... \ t to Gnlnusvillo. '
rsr cr'.s\ raotored\ t I.) Gainesville: Thursdayand

? ; II Miss\ Ida Ilumtn was a vim lor toStarku were married. Wo join with their

Live State News cigarettes I Sunday. many friends in wi.\thing; them luck.

Lt.....---.....,.-.-..---.......... ..........__....._ I Miss Joale linker: of Luke Geneva I Mm. 1'. P. \Dukle rand sons, Kirkoand
A2 sited( Miss\
i ( Ulnnohe Humphrey Sunday Julian, spent Friday In Lain.
r'' Told by Our Exchanges. I Butler. ;

',.''r'1mmmmmmm. =""nrnm4 DmmmfDmrnGJtnIDmmlmlllmmmm"\'I1TIn. _. I Saturday! night Mr. and Mrs S. R. Mr. and bits\( D. J. O. Green and\
-- --" ----------'--- '- Qt80 ((1p17CtQimIIiIIitlB> ,
"" i Swindel entertained the young':: folks sons, Robert and Joe spent Saturdayand

More than twenty-c lrht million ci- of the son will bo appreciated. with a pound, party Johnniu Williamson Sunday hero guests of Mr. and

n-s were produced in Tumpn during I and l Mrs. Fred ClovorsvtUe furnished Mrs. Willie Purrish.Mm. .


the internal revenue office show. on the new )paved highway in late hour they departed thanking Mr. was thu wei'k-eod guest of Mr.\ and

I North Gainesville, was built in about and Mrs. Swlmk'l! for tho pleasant eve !Mrs r. 1'. Dekle.

Dr. Kilptrlck Cross, of Inverness, 1830: long before the Civil war, and t ning. Mrs. Lena Drawdy spent Thursday r
,luthority for the statement that .is Trenching at tho Christian, church
on standing today, apparently In ssj'wid : with her mother, hire n. L. Duke. ,
1 I'' ulay, April 21, a baby boy condition Sunday at 11 and S o'clock. l>:
i wash 1 as eve. \V'lh! tho ex- Vl'ry- Mr.\ and Mrs. B. Johns gave u dance 'i'
i-n to Mr. and Mr\ George A.Va of I body welcome
ception the
? shingles tho
roof
.on every I Friday evening and Mr.\ und Mrs.\ R.Drawcly n
'. i n K, having Jwo lower front teeth at board about it is the original; the! } gave ono Saturday evening.

rime of birth. roof having been roshlngled a few I (,K.VII AM: Hath were well attended. r,

times.In I bit\ and Mrs Hill Stewart of Luke

i "..urtccn' million brick annually 1, Graham May 12.-O. W. Dyal was Butler, were guests of her mother,

nch" to build a small city U the county judge's court at Moore I in* Sampson on business Friday. Mrs. Barbara )Dukes, Sunday.,

imcity' of the Plant City sum!.limo Haven last E. J. !Murrlu-p was transacting business '
week
ono John Henry Williams bins\( Addio Hlunut, Mr. and! hire
'" k industry. It is now running! on colored They areGood I (( Friday afternoon at Sampson
was fined $200 and cost B. 1. Duke L. G. Johnson, Dowey ,
.11 time with orders booked long in- for refusing to assist the fire wardenIn I'ity. Duke, Irvin 1>l'Idr.lI"sls: 1 Ida Illume, 19h

i the fuutre. extinguishing fire on the property Truby Dyal was a business visitorto Anniu Douglass surd Mao \Duka were! u
!
under' his care. Fine and cost were Hawthorne Saturday. guests of Mr. and! hire I D. .P. t Deklo

The creamery at Ocala is running I paid but a repetition of the offense Mr. and Mrs Edmonds::, of Sampson Sunday. g i

tineThe' storage room is reported might put the fine beyond his reach. visited tho Inltor's parents hero There; was a fish fry at the ford on

:.n be- a model of perfection and is said Sunday Long Kronen Friday and one at Do-

n> be the coolest place in Ocala just I The Jacksonville city commissionhas Buy this Cigarette and Save Money O. W. Dyal 1 and family spent the kle'H Mill Saturday. Roth were well

now. The creamery is doing a good, i ordered I the purchase of four doz- week-end with Mr. and l Mrs. T. W. attended.Mrs. I. 4
business and it increases II Wasdin, of Waldo.. with tan
every day. wwr l Lillian Deklo) Is. suffering
en tear gas bombs for use of the local .
I
O. W. Dyal mid }1C. 11. Murihc-o were :
attack of toimilitis.K.
)police in dispersing mobs or driving "':
Some of the phosphate mines in theFt I I business visitors to Hampton Saturday In Lake Butler
L. Duko on
criminals from barricades! it was The suit of Miss\ Helen Hunt, of County Judge Trabuu was called, out was .
Meade section are taking on more business Friday and Monday\ 7
announced
I today. Honibs were testedat Jacksonville, against Stetson University to Bermont twenty miles east of
Miss[ Ado Thomas the weekend
and allowing their spent in
time 0'
part .
men men U. ] Gainey was shopping
police headquarters several
days and, Dr. Lincoln
Hulley president Punta Cord to hold an inquest on the
to work full time. It is also rumored ( here with her IlIlrt'ntR.LI'Y : .
I I ago: with members of the commissionand !i will be heard in the Orange county circuit body of Frank Dickson a negro convict Reynolds, Is visiting hon,..- Worthington Saturday.Miss
that other phosphate mines will start Hattlo Dukes was the guestof
police department present and court at Orlando, on May Id.Mice serving a life-term sentence for folks south'
lifter nix months in
operations soon. 1 stay Mrs. R. I.. Duke Wednesday.
they proved their worth driving all Hunt is suing the college and its rjir., w'io'' died llIt sunset from the effects Florida.

'" the witnesses from the premises.An president for $25,000.: She alleges: of pistol shot wounds, inflicted .
\ jl E. J, Murrhre business visitor
Norris McFull, Tampa constable! was a J.IIly-Tobl", I'm sorry to hear your
that willie student of the institutionsome
a afternoon of the
Friday by om guard!
to Hawthorne afternoon
has been arrested on a charge of con- Saturday wife, got a divorce.\ fTobeYecsum
automobile accident that resulted time ago she was dismissed with in charge( of the convicts working on .
with four other-men to 1
spiring sho done buck
smuggle ) gone
Chinese into this country from in the death of J. A. Kealy, occur I! out apparent cause or explanation. state road No. 2, passing through the Gladys. Strickland and. Miss Ruby to Alabama. t '

red at Panama City. His companion { The case has been in the courts since I eastern part of the county. The evidence }) In Starke Mon-
i yul shopping
were
,j Cuba. lie was released on temporary | Who will do washing '
Iny- my \
' escaped with an injured, hand and minor 1911! and has been heard in tho Vo- i' showed that the negro had been
: bond of $2,000 and will be given t tTubeWell
? ,
preliminary I now
i cuts and bruises.! Kenly was driving -| lusia county court on a change of flogged Friday, for insubordination day.Rev.I Crosby will fill his regular
hearing Friday. mum, I'so co'tln agin, ,
\ a Dodge: roadster! when he came to !' venue. I which so enraged him that he made nn appointment horn Saturday and Sun- anti I co'ts. rupid.Louisville Courier. "

Five miserable bedraggled China : a slight curve in the road l. but instead, I --- I II attack upon the guard who had, to day. Everybody invited to attend. Journal. 'Yd

of taking the curve the car went After he had wounded shoot in self-di'fensc. The negro was
ac-eidently of
men, believed to be part of the cargo I Billy Surrenry, Hrooker spent "
of twenty-nihe smuggled! into Tampaa I straight ahead striking a large/ pine f himself with a load of buckshot which' shot three times The coroner's jury the w'k-eml with his parents; Mr. .

week ago were found in a swamp I tree several feet at the side of the I ripped open his right: shoulder Sunday rendered 11 verdict of justifiable homi and\ !Mrs. R. W Surrency.I ,

five miles southeast of Ilopewell by I road. 'j afternoon, Elton Tedder, 16, of Fort cide. 1 1886 : 1

Federal prohibition agent! Walker and ', Orange( ran nearly a mile to a doc- FIVE I : MILE \J 1

two Tribune reporters. The Western Union's Miami-Carba- tor's residence for treatment, it became A very sad unfortunate accident, .

I docs cable was landed, at Miami from known when the youngster was I happened i near Ft. Monde! Thursday Five Mile, !May 12.:! -De-wey Duke,

Five prisoners, including one who is I a point two miles off the shore whereit removed to a Daytona hospital. Ted- i afternoon when M. Twlss accidentally of Plant City arrived Wednesday to DAVISINSURANCE- c

under life sentence for murder, escaped -i> has been buoyed for several months. dor with a friend had been hunting I'(,I shot his 13-year: old, son, Clifford.< Mr. spend] his vacation with hill parents

from the DeSoto county jail about''' Word was received by tho war department and on the outskirts of Port Orange iTwiss ,tnul I son and others were out in Mr. and Mrs II. L. Duke.

11 o'clock Thursday morning. They engineers from Washington relieving they separated, to go to their respective |I the woods gun shooting.; It appears Mr. and Mrs A. Hunter, Mr. and, t,. t

managed to unlock the door of their them of their long tour of homes. Intending to remove the :,I I I that Mr. Twiss attempted to shoot nt hire Ii. ChcMHcr, Mr. and Mrs. It. f;.

cell and quietly left the building. Noneof guard duty. The cable will not be load from his gun, Tedder, who was :la, rabbit when in same manner his gun Roberts, Mr. tend Mrs. O. 1'1| Hale, .

the men have been recaptured. connected until a license has been received walking down a railroad track, set slipped from his grasp and was cliacharged Mm. Phylia Johnson Mrs Hello Roh-

from Washington, granting the bin shotgun down" on one of tho ties. I I| !,t he entire load entering the ---- I t'I ,

Strong assurances have been given use of tho cable It discharged immediately.A boy's Hide and, abdomen tearing him folds Cause tsnp andLAXAmEPIVlHJ hiluenza' i ieeltallltptaWW
I lie bravo lad however f !;MINK; 1 I.,iblctjuu ,,, 'rnum..t hi" I STARKE
will be .
that Southern College ready terribly. wns a '. ..
,,. .
j Ji; tn I. '
in. tar only O'W> >
alias G. H. Smith
for opening by October 3rd. It 5 19 said Arthur L. Tracy, horrible accident occurred in thoMountcochn 'and retained! consciousness while his I t; W Gl!O'>" :; i ...". hin .. u..
a white man wanted, in Vermont, wan _._ I .. .
the father, hllrrlo.dlyII..it'd him to the --- -- -" -- '
all of when
while buildings the /
that parts ; section 11-y(>nr --- -- -- --
j '
I I / + :I' JUI' 'SUNtalutild.dtW: <4!
will not be completed for the opening; arrested hint Friday lit Tallavast by old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Thomaswas : hOII"lnt"" the ,doctor summoned. It Dlunnuctunlna: ; ;: : :: :: ::
i & CASKETS
information from I COFFINS in the fall, that the buildings will be I deputy sheriffs on killed by; the explosion of a gasoline : -: was thought that a possible chance: of B3I3Indigestion tJ tJaD

ready for occupancy. Montpelier Vermont, charging/ him tank., There was a quantity of'1 recovery lily in a speedy) operation and t And a Full Line of a
I D a .
wtih rape and incest, involving threeof gasoline in tho tank which had been the injured, lad; was rushed to the hosIpltnl Lnt/.rtul9t.' Supplies.

During the past few weeks Frost- his daughters. Tracy lived for a discarded and the youth was experi-i I at Lakehind where the wound D I : a -

proof has taken on an almost entirelynew time Manatee! and was employed as mrntlnwith/ the fallen wires of a i I I was nperiitcd on. The shock wan too aU1UMUIIII.E: IIIOAHSI.Alwaya ; .

and different appearance due to a farm laborer He was placed in Delco I light system which had been i I I: much for the little chap however, and l C3D Many persons, otherwise H on hen,. The bvitl ser- '
the and cleaning activi- Jail and, the !sheriff from Vermont arrived he quietly passed nt midnight. ( aC the luwiit prlt-e Spe +
painting up broken by a tree falling upon them "' away C3n rigorous and healthy arc Q taki
ties that have been all over in Bra going on by placing( the broken ends together bothered ccefinlonallT with Q ,
to return him for In..1. i ,, .r-. itcglstend/ l Kinbalroer.DeWTIT .
town and in some cases additions and papers and producing an electric spark. Tho i I Two men escaped) \ from the Lake I nu gee tl on. The effects of a .

repairs have been made on the build- gasoline In the can was ignited and county jail at Tavares last", week. They disordered stomach on the --
.Mrs.\ C. W. Adams of Detroit and a I C. JONES
ings. the resulted. I I[ .
explosion first tore up the sheets in their cell system are dangerous and san
Lake Alfred Fla., and William Lind- n indtgeeI' I STARKE, FLA
I and wrapped the fragments around prompt treatment of 1!
The of timber in Florida for ley, commercial aviator, escaped Injury n tion I. "The
cut
Important. only
Chief Matthews, after confiscating I their feet, leaving their shoes behind i ;",m/lld'J'I'Ii'I'mcot'/flIIf'IJlDCf'21mm(> ':( ) )( when airplane in which they medicine I have needed hits
lumber, ties and crate material dur- an n
: them. knotted their blankets D
They
twenty-four quarts of liquor at Palm been something to aid digestion
ing the past year has denuded approximately were flying over Daytona Beach, fell together nt one end and proceeded tolor..e n and clean tha liver" p
Into the surf from height of about Beach last week, had the evidence stolen ASPIRIN I I 1 I
a
400,000 acres equivalentto from his automobile parked In the lock on the cell in which n writes Mr. Fred Ashbr, a a J
the area of Washington county. The 100 feet. The plane was wrecked. McKlnnev! Texas, farmer. i
!Mrs. Adams and Lindley were rescued front of the jail and under the nose of they were confined. After picking the a "My medicine I I. D t
amount of timber which has been de-
stroyed f y fires cannot be estimated from the water by tho beach life sav- a policeman. It happened that about ted lock blankets they threw over one tho end large of thf wooden knot- a a Name "Bayer" on Genuine Si i!! >I II
'
but its potential value totals large. ing crew.commercial Lindley flights has been at the conduct-beach seventy-five the jail negroes to see the were police congregatedabout lock up girder that extends! from the roof tied a Thedford's I } a I I .. M
ing
the other ends of tho blankets together u 1 a.
twenty-three others who had been
Abraham Lincoln Klan No.5. and, Mrs. Adams was his passenger.! ar- and after cloning the door of their '
rested In a raid on a dice game Some ,
of the Ku Klux Klan of BLACK-03AUGHT( : ltd
Knights in the crowd noticed the whiskey' c..lI. climbed> upon each side of the Improving -
one ;
'lock Wednesday night ,
About !0 J
Lakeland, has sent to Prosecuting At- ( ( blanket ladder and stood on / ,
the shouted the ; g.
in ,
who had been car, "liquor; spec-
torney Peterson of Polk county, $125 Lonnie Mack negro the beam They then slipped two six- for indigestion' ind stomach I tit
tators gathered around the machine Q R
\ Haven ;\ ;
cash to be used in the fight against living in the quarters at Moore Inch slats out of the wooden cupola JJ trouble of niU nd. I have I ( I
and that the last of the evl-
automobile thievery and lawlessness", for the past several years met his was seen on top of the jail and crawled 1 throughthe never found ythlng that a I
dence,
death at the hands of parties unknown i Q touches tho like DUckQ i A
in that
the roof. I
county. thus made onto
aperture!
I r3 Draught. 1 i It In broken '
have calledhim
known to -
Parties were I From there it was an easy matter to U dozes after nnQ For a lone a'I
Glades county Is now to be exploitedby out of the shack he was using Disbursements of tho state of Florida drop to the ground and take to the time I trl..l.i which grip. Q .

i oil well drillers. Thousands of investors for a home. Upon his refusal to come during 1921 exceeded the state's'' woods. fl ed and dl
have their in oil out he was fired upon from without, income by more than $575,000; results liner Draught liver ..Oay..r" on package, or on tabk4e yon"
put money
aC-I' w *HM "* Q medicine InQ < to take, easy Q are not, getting gmatins' Aspirin ...
wells In Florida and they should have the bullets making/ two holes in the cording to the annual report of THEKE.SSATheresna to keep Infix | K'ribiHl for twantyoiMnaj prr
sire"a by phyeictanii
the side of the house. Luning. in all\ !
in Receipts
when door and urer .
kissed their money good-bye Ret a peel; e from your J2 ',- and proved seta by million Take
they parted with it These shots took effect in the negro's last year' aggregated $9,552,405, and I May 12.-Mr. and Mrs.C. I Q driiKRlst: to'I1'A.1t] for and g.edford' I IIIplri" \{Mlle told In the Ilaver' piwkHttfo +
his death. disbursements amounted to 'ge" bar llosokwhs Naualgla.
I
body, causing $10.127'-1 D DEM
K.: Parker left Wednesday morningfor insist upon 7 the 1J.uma.tJlI1JI.: Jcaraebo: Toothache, Lum-
Sending tobacco to Cuba would appear 882. The balance in the treasury at their old home in Amoricus, Ga., D only ceouln,. a anti for ....111. Handy tio boxes: of
like sending The Florida Terminal Co., of Fer- the beginning of 1921 was $2.270.050,: the week. twelve Ilayer Tablot*CI' A cast few
to be something after visiting; here for past a GeL it u.a 1.". a plrt)
coals but according to nandina is preparing to put in additional and thisat the end of the year had'j' and lit- I I'f'.. lniaq\' \ also sell l larger( pitrk-
to New Castle, llr. and Mrs. T. T. Murphy
.
DzaDounzzn CDaoaiaa
sidetracks to handle quantitiesof dwindled to $I,695,473reprrsentedbyteach I I 11 the report of the Tampa collector of tle son, Cleveland arrived here Tuesday MaMJI& :: :: :
tobaccowas crossties and lumber that this con- In office and In banks. The state'sbonded i Mr. iteater el
customs, American smoking for a visit with her parents tiaIiqlloadd.
Their coal and phos- indebtedness all held by its ,,
an appreciable item on the list of cern will export. and Mrs. T. B. Trlest.
Cuba duringthe phate elevator, erected at a cost of own educational funds, remain*\1! Unchanged -
transacting
merchandise exported to C. A. Youngblood was
past month. over a million dollars has been run. at $601,567 in 3 per cent refunding business in Starke Thursd! /. in He I in) : > in' III .? '" }" You will make a mistake
week to .. .. )
fling night and day this dry bonds maturing in 1951 and I i Mr. and Mrs. C. F..rper', of 11 you order your fertilizer l

: John Hester', 80, and; Mrs. Elizaheth rock fast enough to keep the bins sufm 1953. | .....,' .an, motored to today V'Hnes- without getting our new price UH/,H Just. i is n."rf. Plentyof

" Balentine, 72, of South Jacksonville : ,.ntly full and going into the ships. I morning. Materials, prompt shipment Order now. Kerttlmer. losecticidea. C

l were married at Jacksonville Friday. Shipping is now livelier than at any' The world-wide publicity Calif'- ;; Johnnie Williamson of Lulu, visited Sprayers, Poultry SupplleH. i
'
time since the war, six big ocean lin- nla's "Hollywood" has received In the'
Their romance began when they met friends here Thursday. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
. some weeks ago -shortly after he had ers having loaded here since last week. past year does not appeal to a num- G. M. Bennett was visiting in Pa- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '

,! come from the hospital, where he had ber of Orlando residents It seems, for latka Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Get NEW March 1922. reduced price > before buying.
shot and killed
Zwas are beginning to voice their dis-
One Ilyden, many and
undergone treatment for a broken arm and Mrs. D. J. Phillips --
" first by Robert Joyner a carpenter In the approval regarding the establishing ofa from
1 suffered in a fall. It was love at children arrived here Saturday -
tent backyard of the latter's home in the motion picture studio In that city. t
they said. Larkins. .
section of Jacksonville. The Orlando chamber of commerce
, Lackawanna business
II. E. Moorer was transacting GENERALINSURAN E :,
.J Joyner Immediately called the police has received two protests from local M
American Legion authorities are in Palatka Saturday.Mrs.

making an effort to locate Roger II. station, and asserting that he had church organizations, requesting the J. P. Padgett and daughters, HAROLD C. WALL
of killed Hyden in self-defense, asked chamber to use its influence in discouraging Sat-
Williams, son of R. A. Williams, Icy and Louise were shopping
that officers be sent for him. The the erection of a studio I
Tampa. The Mr. Williams was in Hampton .
urday
young have followed a there the objection that studio FLORIDAFiRE.
a lieutenant colonel and instructor at shooting is said to being a STARKE,
-
between the two men. Hyden of this character would prove detri
world quarrel
West Point during the recent killed as he sat at the steering mental to the youth of the city and To Cure a Cold in One Day LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
I .
..war. The father's condition is glv- was. ? t ... t 1 ... "t.? t. t. '. 'P IMP t9w.wr f1'Mn.1
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I I 1KI.K: t.KAr'M. 41 \ftKL!.. MOItll'/t I FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1922.

I.AC.I FOIIK .- .-- --.--. -
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- strawberry ihippinir season here a" I I has returned to her honia in St. Pterfcburff. ", .1 fr'
1 Bradford County TiJegrapl: : rices lire very poor. Quite a tow all in.; medical! treatment. county Levy. Putnam anti, Union comnoilnir run 1 OP ELECTION

!)'ans and new Irish potatoes are beNif -. E. J. Oowlinn: was transacting bus T. V. Williams was n visitor to the Plithth suncrcil Judlclnl mvsilf Circuit as that State I Attornov am a candldnti siil-- fly the Dower vested In. them by On ur
"
to
Published" weekly and entered! naecnnrl Kipped and are bringing/ very fail jibes in Jacksonville this week. county sent Wednesday. trrl to the aotlon of the riimopratic' PrimaryFlection elected laws lie 'inHtiuctlon of thn state of of Bradford Florida. the county board ,I,*f
If
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the irit'CB. All props( '' were helped by 5fle:4"d ( Blanton Owsley, of Therassa, was u Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J .McKlnnej to he hi-ld on .Tune cnprwtlc 0 liaa'and economtral hereby orders dilutions to bo held In ,th. '
: class!; matter at po.toffice I nrom se theami' lowtny districts on the Jrd day uf ..luti1D'J2 f
Florida.E. rains Thursday. business visitor here Tuesday.RAIFOKO spent Thursday at Waldo having dental administration that I h..\. milc-avon-d torive : for the purpose of electing HIM, ',\
.
at Starke ( fill tno unex
since my nmiomtmimt to determine the amount of \
: Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Starting had lid -" work dona. deed term of Hun. A. V. ....n... teat assessed and : nti.t lacube

riifstM Sunday, Mrs. Chas. George( !Messrs.V.. II. Smith, Hiram Jones A. 8. CREWS For tho purpose of holdlnit salt! elect .
i S. MATTHEWS.\ Edltnr and Owner strict, No. 4, Long Bridge, the follow!*"
nnd baby, of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. -I. and Dr. J. II. Cox were visitors to I wl.h to announce that t am a candidate specton are appointed : S. C. Crew .
Mrs. Willis McCuen and Kaiford 12. Lum Hewitt of Starke Thursday.Mr. ''ror the office of .'n'" attorney. for the Hth Adklns. B. K." Ri-nfroe.
r.lUUTDi.1 A. Starling May ,
will
FROM STOREHOUSE TO Judicial Crlcnlt( of Klor do. .lIhj..t to the For the purpose of holding said 4-ln' i",
children, of Glen St. Marys, and Mrs. Lake Butler, was in town Tuesday afternoon Brantley, of Grandin, was here ,of the qualified. voters at tho June primary.If District No. p. lint Hill the followlnitbirs I',
tnu, affairs of been appointed 1. W. Pint
.eltclcd' I ..Ird,'" yon thai hnve :
: you know that from the swec' C. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville.Ellis '1 few days last week to relieve our ,MHe( office( will be conducted, In a ''.."rou".lm' A. L Green. A B. Surrency

potato can be made. rubber, writin McCormick, of Manning, held! |I Mrs. Donah Browning, who has depot agent, R. M.! Cason. |< ,par"lnl far! and It honest he In my manner power and conserve that I the will IA"-In District For. tin No.. purpose 25. Lawtry of holdinK tho said followln el" I ,
o as
ink, stock food and more thin a hundred services at the Baptist church Sutur i been spending the past month in Lake Mrs. R. :M. Cason and little daughter 1 ipavirs money. In the several n. n"nt'A"M. WltS.I ?. the J.spectora L., Harre.ll hnve hi lion.en Rowe.appointed, : Jos i .10.,

other products? I day night and Sunday morninjr. Mrs j City returned to her home here Wednesday Molly Lou, have returned home clrrult. _ H. B. WIG01NS.

_) Tho picture tuken by tho United I !McCormick and baby nc-conipuniet afternoon.. front Adel, Ga., where they spent a I I' FOR hereby REPRESENTATIVEGROUP announce to the ritliwna$ of ONEI "'ad. 11-I2.U.8.! Secut.ryBANK ,

States agricultural department "From him here. II. W. Redford was a visitor to Lake few days visiting her mother.Mr. I, ford county thst I am a cand date,for Group Member t.- STATEMENT

Storehouse to !Market," will appear at Miss Catherine Crews I Is spending Butler Friday. Thomas and. family, of La- and of respectfully the Holme solicit of Representatives the support of the .otors I Report of the cond tion of the itaStarke. ..... ,,i
at Starke. In the State of Florid..
the Gaiety Theatre, on Saturday, !May a couple of weeks with Mrs. J. L. Miss I.ota Johnson, who has been Crosse, spent Sunday here with his I at the primary RespectflIlV.a.election of. June Sin. I'I'I the close, of business May 5. 1022. al
...
.
.- 13th. It shows the modern marketing Strickland) at Clny Hill. teaching at Eustis, returned to her daughter, Mrs. M. B. Harris. I s. MATTUE!: All loans and dicounta-----------.u. 85. .2. ..

system for tho South'a sweet potato C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was a homo here during the week I FOR RF.PRFSEVTATIVE-fROUP TWO. : Overdrafts---------------------. bond :"lie: I r

.-, crop. All details of the construction business visitor hero Friday.J. Miss Julia Bush, of Pelham, Ga., la WATERIIILI.Watermill In the Voters myself of Bradford a cnndldato County for I Memberof I hereby State United, county States municipal-bonds ._- 13aaO.JO..ou, 00

of the curing houses and the processes P. Grlflli and Pasco Griffis were visiting her sister, Mrs. West, this the announce I.eirlslature. .In Group anti No.respectfully 2. subject solicit to Other flanking real house estate furniture..-fixtures -_ Out 7-> 99',f

storing and handling transacting business in Starke Satur week. I the Democratic Primary of the voters If elected 1 Due from incorporated bunks 15. '
of drying, packing, May 12.-Rev. Crosby,, the support the welfareof Cash on hand .- 7i :II .
... effort! to promote (
White of visitIng III use every
Oren
developed by tho (government are day. Bunnell was Starke two interesting I.TURNKR.
of preached 1 Bradford county F : i iI Total ._ .._146.<, ..
:fully shown. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly nnd Miss Win. here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. sermons at Dedan Saturday and Sunday SVPEHVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI -Llabilltiea --

Theno curing houses are rapidly becoming ifred Wimberly were visitors to Jacksonville and Mrs. Elisha Rosier, of Kos- to largo congregations on both I FOR hereby announce that I am a candidate Capital atock paid in h_'15.8011
Sat- I for re-election. to the office of Supervisor of Surplua fund ----- :H.Odu
iertown in town
South. Wherever Tuesday. were shopping .
H feature in the I Hoi'lstratlon' Durlnit the several vrapi that Undivided ,profits (lesi expenses and
have been successful ------- urday. I days.Wiley I have held the office very few people' have taxes paid) ..-__---- 1.8(4. 41.
started they of New River was .
t Kelly been dcnrlvod of their right to vote on account Individual depiwiui subject, to checkAll.. \
a in preserving and making a mar- HAMPTON Miss Evelyn White, who has been here Saturday.Mrs. of errors. In the books. If I am reelected Savinm' ,deposit: ..-.- S' i i
here with I shall continue to irlve my beet efforla toward Time ccrtirtcuuw:; of deposit' --- LeafCertilled -
months
several
I ket for the sweet potato crop, thin" spending I J. C. Cone and daughters, Mildred seelnit that tho books are ">r"y''yj'5nt' checks 10Citahicrs !'
from her sister Mrs. W. II Andrews, left C. A. KIVI ; chocks ouUtandiuv -
sustaining prices ,
and the
Johnie of Brooker
equalizing Hampton, May 12.-Mr. and Mrs, and were
n fall to spring to the great advantage K. C. Williams had as their guest this for her home in Bunnull Monday.Mrs. I guests of Mrs. Andrews Wednesday. 1 herMiy Announce myself n ran.lldnte for ou Total -.___ .,
II. W. Raiford, who has been pf>.,".,nr of reirfulrntion. of Hrndfnrd rountv State" of Florida. County of Bradford, ssI
of the farmer nnd consumer. week his mother Mrs. Williams, of I Mrs. J. II. Brown was shopping in mthlert to the will''1 of thn Oemr>ernt.eoters. of I I. Ken C. White., cnnh'cr: of the ubu .
In building a sweet potato curing visiting relatives In Georgia, returned Brooker Saturday morning.Mr. prtid, county at the primary t-U-rtlnn to !h. JicMjt.no vd Bank do solemnly swear that th Cstntemi
Lake Duller. I nth. C. n. RAPR.: __ 'nt IB true to the best of my kn"\vi.
house it is highly important that it Elder Dautrherty, of Starke, preached home Thursday. and 1 Mrs.: Jasper Brown, otI No. 1tt And belief.

bo built right. To impress this I idea< ut the Christian church Saturday Brady Rosier, of Lake Butler wai I Starke, were visiting their daughter, j' MEMBER(th? noMritntton FC'IIOOL nO'\RO-n11TRIf'T of many citl! .nn I horrh"nnnounco ""111'' -Attent t GEt. C WHllRCorrect CH;.'
.
of the house are shownin in town Sunday. ,Tnvolf a mmlltlnli' far n ..I.'r""n! n. 1':. B. MATTHEWS,
: the features I Idulla Goodjre Sunday.
nnd Mrs. ,
evening, Sunday morning eve- | member of the Hrhool bnortl for Phtr'ct No. A. M. 1KUY.
J the picture in great detail. It I* ning. Among those who were visitors to i, Mr. anti :Mrs.: Horace Rosier, of ri I. If WH'liM-tpil I hall continue tn..KIVO my .1. W. ANVJIt>WS, Dirt
and the Kingsley! lake Sunday were, Misses ,brat 'lTort. to the Cut et of hf.00MVMirn Subscribed. and I sworn to bt'fun' mi. II
the little things that count I*. M.: Geiger of Waldo, was lookingnftor ILawtey i spent tha week-end with theformer's I I. W.cleI<_UTiI a.- day of Nay 1UJ2
little things shown, also the methods I'erla Whitten, Helen Nnurlght, D,>r- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. E. W. HAYES
lire I
; his property here this week. parents. PC-HOOT. nonn-PISTKTCT vt.,. 2 Notnrv )r ib
Bonnie and Ad.i Cribbs Sybil
ta ; I
of operating and handling, grad- ttev. Butler will preach ut the llap- Thomas. I am a cnmlldnto for the office of Mi'mlierof ( .
I Hitch Zaulah Miner Iva fowling, Ev.jelyn Hoard of Pul.llc In-lruef'in from district --- --
,
and shipping thn potato'K.Some I and Mrs.\ I.V.. Pinholstcr of .
Ins I tint church Sunday morning and eve- Mr.' No 2 stance' South soil Tlii'rc.aa>I. I roHnecirully
months ago the Southern ; White Julia Bush, Lurile Alvni Brooker hero Sunday. solicit, the support of the voter* of I II. mm a
) were '
:- Railway System, the Louisville & 'linll.Hev.. Burke, of Waldo, will preachat i rcz( Mrs. W. II. Andrews, Messrs.(, A. II., Warren nnd wife, of Ziff,, the., il'wtrlet!' I promise at (He faithful. cnHiilnir and primary e'Tlcinl' .nnd.rvlco.. Ifdieted I'I'L I'It

:- Nashville IJailrond: nnd tho Georgia' the Methodist church Sunday at .1 1 Earl Whitten", Lacy Cnson. Harley i spent the w..Ieend'Ivlth honjefolks. _ .1.: .' 2.IMCMREIt ::=

Atlanta & Went Point and 1 Western I Moore, Carl Ritch, John Ilollings-\ | John Shaw and Ellery Thomas, of SCHOOL IIO\RI>-IlIsiTItirT xe,. 3
for
p. Crihbs I hereby announce myself a candidate .
worth Carl Cason Emery
f of Alabama) railroads, together with m.Mrs.. Moody, who has been the ,, I{ Urooker, were in our community Sun- reelection to the office of memhcr .of the 1
Cumberlnnd I Oren White, Clarence Ritch Brady School! Rnanl of Bradford county. Dintr ct No. '
and
the Southern Bell guest of her son, II. D. May, returned i '1. nuhfeet to the riimocrnHcntora at the
& Telegraph Compnnies arranged Rosier. I day.Quite June primary If re-eleetrd I i,n.miBC faithful
Telephone. crowd of the folkij
1- to her home at LaCrosse Tuesday.! I Rosier visitor to Heil- a younger turtle. In tho future, as I ha\e en.leavorodto g.
Curtis
,. with the Southern Enterprises G. C. Lee, of Lakeside, was a business was a I enjoyed a surprise party at the_ home render In the pant Veer trnlv : Ie 25
1CV/EN.:
Inc., operating the Lynch chain of visitor here this week. I broiin Springs Saturday. I lof Mr. and Mrs. Dyal Thursday qvoning. A. A. I :: cent
Dr. Mann of Lake Butler, was aprofessional nnnounclnu lint I ama >i
exhibit series of I tnUithin m"lhnel of .
to a
houses
picture who has been .
Miss Ealclla Hobby, here the I candIdate for Member of the School Hoardfur .
industrial and educational pictures, of the guest of her uncle, B. J. Prevatt,, I ) visitor during | Several;; of our community attended Dintrlct No. a. I am for the tipbnllilma and all ,
week.A. of our nubIle nt'hitol system nmt. hurt
which this is one. Their interest consists of Starke, for several days, returned i! the fish fry nt the Scout Hole Satur. thn time. I Bollclt the nupport. of the voter
D. Andrews was a business visitor at Ihlt coming primary election and if elected
the benefits secured to( '
I simply in hom Sunday.S. I to Lake Butler during last week. I I day. will try to prove my.elf worthy of your confl.llence. Want Ad
the communities which\ they serve. M. Simmons, of Starke, was vis- ) Norman Parrish, of Lake Butler,, CH ;SEY FOIiO.
and
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Green
itinur/ friends here Sunday.J. was here Saturday.MY FOR CO'llMIRtoNER-IHSTRIT No. 2 '
GENOA AND DISARMAMENT children, of Baker county, were visitors I take thin method of nnnouncintr to ttmvotrra
W. Nimmo was a business visitor of Commimifoni'r'n' Dittrlct No. 2 th.tI
to Starke this week. / here Saturday at the home of : MOTHERMy am a candidate for -elort.nn.. If honored : will sell
interview Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews. nrnin with your choice I promise careful and a
Barney Baruch, in a recent II. B. WiKKins! of Starke, has recently faithful, attention to my dllll.....
S. T. Dowling of Lake Butler, wasa .1. M. BROWNLEE.
- r declared that events transpiring been looking after business Interests mother, thou art growing old

, lit Genoa: forecasted another world here. visitor in town last week. Thy locks as white as snow I hiroby announce mymplf a cnndfrlute, for
., County CommlHiiloncr for tllntrlrt, No. 2 (northClarke
'f, conflict. Germany's alliance with Russia Dr. Wills, of Starke, was a professional Proclaim thy years are well nigh told ,, and tint mine, If rloctrd.. tn dinnhartretlio Horse
$$200
1) makes more possible realization I MILLERMiller And thy cheeks have lost their glow. dutlim, of the oiricw tn the beat of ,". ability -
., visitor hero this week. .,,,1 i to work thftilly for tho welfare of
1 of a "highway to India" and also a I Prof. W. O. Duval, who has finisheda I ; t the dntrlct.! Th. Support of tho finllrttml.Voter.at the
in
ennuintr primary rettppctftilly
-4 "pathway to( China." Such fruition of very successful term of school here, I| May 12rJ. L. Brown was a Ah, must thou fade so soon away; 1__ _______ I.. R. EDW RO1. :
w
.k. plans would menace British interests left Monday for his home In Pitts, Ga. i business visitor to Lake Butler Satur, My best and only friend? FOR OM\lIRSIOSF.R-IHSTRICT No. 3 (

and /seriously disturb, if not (destroy Mrs. Josephine Sullivan has gone to 'I Thou who first taught my lips to pray, I hereby announce that I am a randfdntir I or a
day.Denzil
'I for County CommlMlonir Dfntrict No. 3. I
,' the Fur East situation resulting from Andi.rsonville, Ala., where she will Thomas spent the week-end My infant knee to bend. have nerved an a member. of the Dnard In thelout

the Washington conference.' Indirectly tho with friends and I' with his sister, !Mrs. W. M. Thomas, I I anti am wflHnic to be judged by my record.
pppnil summer i If elected this I me I promise the mime
at least, it would menace American relatives. I of Long Bridge. Thy kindness in my tender youthI careful and onnt-etentiuitH attention to my du-
tie that I In the
pant.
interests possibly Involving the United I Quitea number of the people of this nave $$1000 Car
1J.. Green, who planted 12 acres!' i never can repay, .1. I. UNDERIIILL.

-.; States in whatever conflict might of Irish potatoes, is digging and shipping .: community attended the sing at Lake In sickness ever near to sootl.'.., I am a canilhiitefcrCtinty Commissioner) "

result. them this week. The yield l !every Butler Sunday. And comfort every day. the for support District of No.the a voters, and at respectfully the primary solicit election

, Genoa, therefore, has important re- satisfactory.Mrn. Seeber Stokes visited friends in to bo held Jon flth. If elected I plediromyself

I- lation to disarmament not only in H. I). !May is visiting friend I Jacksonville Saturday night and Sun- My mother! I can never tell to Hive careful attention S. J. rHESCOTT to my ..."1.... -, or a :-'

Great Britain and France but also in and relatives nt LaCrosse this week.T. day.Roland Of all thy tendernessFor COUNTY-- COM\lISBIONER-DrSTRICT No. S

the United States. Whatever Lloyd M. Hatran was a business visitor Thomas was in Lake Butler thou hast loved-much to well; 1 hereby announce myself as a candidatefor

George may accomplish will at most to Starke. He subscribed for the I, Saturday on business. And watched too oft to.bless. (Now County River)Commissioner, and respectfully for sol District cit the No.support C I

delay eventualities. What he does may TeleKVaph while there. Hugh Sistrunk, of Mt. Tabor visited nominated of the and voters elected at the I promise commie faithful primary.. service .It. $$10,000

indirectly advance Germany's schemes Hampton farmers have almost disposed friends In this section Sunday af. But as thy evening hours decline, and unremitting attention to the needs
of the district and the duties of the office.D. .
For instance, rehabilitation of Russian ( 1 of their crops of squashes, cucumbers ternoon. With all life's labor past, W. KELLY

. transportation will add to the possibilities and beam They are beginning T. H. Waters was a business visitor No joy "shall, be as great as mine. I hereby ..nnotlnt ;;;T I am a candidatefor

of German railroad ns a way to ship potatoes and tomatoes tn Dukes Saturday afternoon.S. To cheer them while they last. re-election to tho office of County Commissioner -

for successful consummation of he'rplllnll and will soon have watermelons ready A. Bryan of Johnstown candidate solicit the support for District of the No.voters 5. of I respectfully the. district. FarmWhat

especially in the direction of for market. J I for tax collector, was in this section I' My mother, every nerve shall strainTo and to promise my duties.careful If I and am conscientious re-elected. ,I solicita attention .

Southeastern Russia beyond which lie Mr. and Mrs.V.. E. Baker, of Lake I !Monday. take away thy'care; careful Investiuntion or my record as yourcommissioner

Persia nnd Asia Minor. Strategically Uonevn, were visitors here Monday. Inman Harrison( of Worthington, I Could thou but live thy years again the "...", d. and am willing H. P.to OMNEY ho jmlued by

a move toward India would have tre- Claud Houser was a business vlsl- pussed through here Sunday enrouto I would thy trials share.C.. SHERIFF'S SALE

( mendmis influenco toward inducing tor to Graham last Friday.Mr. to. Lake Butler N. K. Hbrehy notice. Is rlven that I. W. J. Epperson. .

; China to join the Rusio-German lea- and' Mrs. M. E. May, of Nor- Olson;! Thomas made a business tripto Philadelphia, Pa. and. liy shor'fT virtue. /. of of Bradford that certain county.writ Florida of execution under. ,
Issued out of and under tlm hand and seal of
.. LaCrosse Thursday.
gue. Ohio of Bradford
wOUlI. formerly the clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford
I Both Germany und Russia for some county who have been spending tho Arthur Douglass, of Ellenton, is WOODLAWNWoodlnwn County Florldn. .attains Floronts Freymunth,
anti in favor of Annie E. 1'ettit joined by her is more economical -
will be disclosed relatives
here.
which visiting
reason undoubtedly winter with relatives! and, friends heremve husband and next friend A. M. Pettit. and
in duo season are extremely\ returned to their homo nt Nor- Supl. O. L. Mizellc, of Luke Butler May 12.-C. L. Hillinrd iliited tliu Urd lny of May. A. D. 1U2.! will off.r } and
for sale and sell to the blithest and best profitable -
anxious for the Genoa conference to trrmd.( was here on business Friday nfternoo and son, Luther spent the week-end bidder for cash In front of tho courthouse ,

; arrive at conclusions. This Is circumstantial ,W. T. Weeks of Stnrke, was' visit-. 1). in Jacksonville with relatives. : door the In legal Btarke., hours Bradford of snip,county.on Monday Florida. the chic.jog ftth. than a want

evidence, at least, that their ni* friends here Sunday. n!wey Fralick, of Providence, was Sheriff W. J. Epperson was a business uatisfylnir day of June said A.execution D. l)2i) for the the following purpitse re.nl. of

t, plans are made, which gives them advantage Mrs.' C. A. Bishop, who has been visiting friends here Sunday after visitor here Saturday.Mr. estate in Bradford county Florida to-wit. ad in this ?
I.ota I and\ II I nnd the South Half of I.nM paper
!!: in discussion and action, and visiting her daughters :Mrs.' A. A. noon. and Mrs. Eodus Thornton and ,,2 nnd 13 of Illock 13 In Ltvlninton Tnihy

nn the other hand, places Great Britain Flitch nnd Mrs. K. Wntterson, has Sheriff !1'!. S. Brannen, of Luke Buther Miss Gladys Norman, were visitors to and minded Company's on the addition West by to Cherry the Town street of Starke.on the What have you

and France at disadvantage. Germany returned to her home nt South Hill!, I was among the visitors here Sun- Starke Saturday. South by Seventh street on the North by

anil" Russia have to be reckoned fa., day. I>. B. Browning and son, D. B. Jr., Church ands of street W. T.and Weeks front, and on Cherry on the streak East by 7& to sell?

-1 with In n manner and to an extent not Harry F. Pnrhnm, who( is working Walter/ Knight, of the University of wall visitors! to Jacksonville Friday. treat.feet. and running Emit 220 feet to Church

anticipated! by the Allies, and the In the interest of the bureau of com- Florida, spent the week-end with relatives Mrs. W. N. Cox: and children left W. J. EPPERSON. ,

slightest mistake may precipitate the morel has been in our town this week anti friends In this community. Friday for their home in Little River, 8her;ll of Bradford. County.. Florida. ICromt'l! !:!IDm.tac"mwc"mtDftcumlDWII!
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' '. conflict which events at Genoa so far lit' left Tuesday for Rniford, where Roland Thomas spent the we k.en(1 after spending two weeks with her -----

plainly forecast.-Exchange.IIICHLANI\ he will continue his work. with relatives' at Long Bridge. parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. 1SD! (="'Il''''''''=mmmmwWtmuww'DfnmmclunmcmDl tt'J.t

Col. T). E. Knight of Starke, was A. T. MIzelle, of Lake Butter, washer Miss Mozelltf Browning is visiting!

: II It business visitor here Tuesday. .. on business Friday afternoon.Mr. her l sister, Mrs. Walter Valencia, of

and :Mrs. Romeo Dishing' of Jacksonville this BUILD NOWThe
Vo. F. Young, of Lawtey, was attending week.
: Highland !Miiy1-V.: E. Baker, to business here this week Dundee, visited relatives In this see- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Norman, of

- of Lake G'ne'IIlndiclate for legislature P. J. Penrco has been attending lion last week.MUs Tacksonvyte, spent the week-end here

: from Clay ,county was calling "visiness In Stake recently.J. : AiletMt Douglass who has been with relatives.Mrs. amount of building throughout the country i i. reported -

on the voters' through this section on "'. Nimmo, of Clearwater, i ill vistinir nlUtmlinir! school at Ft. White, has returned N. D .Davis and children spent as 16S per cent of that last year. Stocks of lumberat

t Wednesday und Thursday. Wini friends and relatives here this to spend the summer with her Sunday the guest of friends at Law- saw mills are much less than a year ago and the mills are
Mrs. 11. C. Wimberly !Misses
rents.H. .
week. pit tey. cutting at about the rate last
same as year.
fred Wlmberly, Ethel Kicks and :Messrs. ( -
E. Brown in Lake Butler
was
I; :Mrs. McNealy, who has been the
Wimberly nnd J. I. Mare' were visitors By the law of and demand there is doubt that
guest of her "sister, Mrs. F. F.. Henry, recently. The Quinine :..at Dot Not' Affect Ir-- Her* supply no
to Ijiwtoy Wednesday. II. t'. Peeples made business trip nrrnwse of It. tonic and laxpr've effi-ct. 1 .. .. TIVK: UROMO QLDirNB; : Toh> aro "b,.
Miss Ohio Mart and Mrs.( Ow..nlfnrr tea la.eo future.
near
t to Luke Butler Monday.SAMPSON! by sewn.without esu.in4 nrrvousm-sa or r'njm
and, baby spent Thursday the SEED CO'N, COWPEAS, VELVET .' h.nd. E.W GHi>Vr:3aiai': ..t...> '. .

guests of Mrs.( D. L. Righy, of Starke BEANS MILLET GRASS SEED SOR- I CITY We have just received 4 car loads of lumber have more

G. E. Wilkinson and 1 Jack Wilkinson GHUM. For lmm.iltat" shipment. All POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. bought and coming and are in position to furnish you practically -
; Announe..m..nta undar this hradlnir. not ..... everything needed for building in lumber sash
.a.onabl". Field and
Seeds. ,
Vegetable ,
were visitors to Starke Thursday. Sampson City, :May( 12.-Vann Williams writing on. Inch In Isaitth (about 7] word.)
. J. L Briggi, Jno. Hall and C. 0.I Write for Price List and Catalogue. Cur I ) and will be published from date until) the prlmarvelection doors, hardware, roofing, brick, lime and cement at prices
; \
Roy Goodge were visitors to
In Jun. for IS payable at time of will look low in a few months.
Guess, of Jacksonville, were transacting beautiful and instructive: catalogue is Siiwitnnt'o/ Valley Tuesday. trst Insertion.

t ;. business here Thursday. free and gives v luaI'<>. information on ;ifarminl' W. H. Smith was a visitor to theounty STATES ATTORNEY If you contemplate building our best advice is "DO IT

:- J. I. Mart and :Mr. and Mrs. Lealio! and gardening for Florida and .. sent last week. To the Demooratla Voters of Eighth Judicial NOW."
tr south. Write. to for apeciat : Circuit i
Griflls visltdrs to Starke: Satur > u* today ,
were Lynk Williams of Gainesville
wasa I hereby announce my eantildacy for the of-
: day. price. on your seed requirement Our I visitor here Sunday. Ire of SlaU's Attorney of the EIghth, Judicial'
; stock will enable ("Ireult. enmnrlslnr Levy. Alaehua. Putnam.
comptrte us tn supply
, MrR.Vlmb..rly., Mlasrs Petti and S. 1. Long, of Sparks, Ga., was ntiftitor FinI.Bradford.' Union and Baker counties CONSUMERS LUMBER CO.
you to advantage in price and quality. I mhjerv to. the primary election of June A.
Winifred
, i; Wimberly, H. II. Kicks and ; here Sunday.'
.
.BJ2.!: If elffcted. I promise an ainrreaatve, eninretla
W. M. Wimberly motored to Starke E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY } Messrs. W. J. and Wiley Roberson and economical administration of the STARKE FLA.

w Saturday. Oldest and Largest Seed. House in Fla. I utteiuled court in Starke last week. ttTairs) of of all the Democrats office. Will appreciate I. C. ADKIN3.fo the support -
'10 ..",.,. uu''mm..n.'m''nm=mcnum'''''''''=m 1
<: WW''WW''Duuru.
This week will probably wind up the 202-206 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fie.t Mrs. W. S. Nabb has returned home
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1 the arrival of Dorothy Ermina on Apr. I At Twilight (Stanley) )-Verlia Sapp :Just one thing I can't Jo on the farm.:, snapped tho cuatomer.Star. .- -KnnHaa City '
r
:20! 1922.! Weight seven and a half I I (a) Dainty Fingers (Hewitt) ; (b) ; Voice (from tho rear)-Kin you lay' 1 J' Ii

: pounds." Mrs. Bates is remembered First Nocturne (Hunter)-Elizabeth an egg?Houston Post '

Bits of Local here Miss Lena | Kendriuk. .
us Quigley. I Diner (scanning bill of fare-Rump) i: 1
: i ,
.
| Les Sylphc Duet (Dacltmann.1 )- Drug Clerk What kind of a toothbrush -
---- --- steak ..
" 40 cents! and again EO een
I :Mr. and \Mrs A. C. Fling have gone Mary Information t" The Butterfly: \ (Callxa Luvallee)-- : Customer Gib I Ii
-
mo o big one, boss
t.<> .Tack-xiiivilla: for a short stay after I Waiter-You get a sharper knife J

1 LL- !! i which they will go north for the summer Josephine Drlnson.I I i dare's' ten In my fambly.AllentownChronicle. with the no cent one, ilr.-Detroit! I',
*" Omr Tvomh I Flower Dance- Julian Etta Canova. '
&m ii AJ "........ im. ..*. Cmmn ..r T_ Martinsville Ind., will\ be their Dl'f'1111by tho Fireside (Hewitt)-- Free Press.
headquarters| while there. Their many I Sho'i'ii;: ; t
Tht'lmn llrinson. ( )-I wnnJerhee all the
friends i here wish them time
a good
;-- II : -:___I ..=:.:..... _:: I and hopu to meet them again next Last Hope (Oottschalk). |, mon who can dance are. "How" did 1 you\ order your steak

Souvenir (Leon r.enquet-I.ois) I Ho (feeling his fare foot)-In dnneinn air? tho waiter asked after a long
G."p. Sweat fall.
Mrs spent several days miserable, while Tanlac is ready to absence.
with the that dance I
George. i, girls can ,
m Jacksonville last week. give you relief Turner's Drug Store, fool I did it
"Like
personally,
'lrlll'ss.-N. Y. Univ. Medley a ,
''Staike. The senior class of the Bradford 1 Am So SU-i'py" (Closing Chorus)
bellowed I the "If I'd hud,
W. L. Bugg of (Miles)-Loia Ctilley. Tholmu Andrews patron. any
)(rs. Hampton was I High School ha" issued handsome Invitations I
Tisitor to Starke Monday. !, Vivian Kite, Patsy Brlnaon "What Is it," quizzed: the Sunday sense I'd have ordered It by mail, a
a I N. D. Wainwright Jr., wno is at. to commencement exercises school teacher "that binds us' togetherand month in advance."-American Legion
,
which will take place Tuesday, evening Beatrice John, Maurice Morgan, JulIa ;
i tending the University of Florida, makes us better than what we are Weekly.Hut .
Judge B. L. Blanchard of Lawtey, the May 16th at eight o'clock. The class! Etta Canova. n ,.
spent week-end with his parents by nature ,I
was in Stark Saturday. I motto is "Each for the other and all j
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. I "Corsets" peeped Tiny Tim.-El- how
Bertha did make the
I for the class." Colors: green and NEW TRAIN CONVENIENCE: you
mini Advertiser. r
CberifT! and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere white. Class flower: white carnation. acquaintance ot your second husband "
i
of friends. and relatives Mrs. Emily Phillips returned home I ll was quite romantic. I was out
guests Graduates: Paul E. Canova Jr., Margaret Seaboard train No. 18, "Limited
in Lake Butler Sunday. jlast Thursday from a lengthy( visit Godwin Louise Fernandez Earl northbound, reaching Hampton about i Relll'l'a-I would liko to buy an walking with my first when my IIl,(,- ',)

with relatives in Mulberry and Son I easy chair for my hnsbond.SalesmanMorris and came along' in an automobile and j
,
i O. Nellie
1 Roberts: Stearns. 15:15: p. m., will stop there to let ofT
ford. I I ? ran him down. That was tho beginning f
Tunlnc can bring health to you as passengers who wishto take the westbound r
I Rebecca-No; Able! Patterson, of our lshlp.-Dl1rtlesvillll 1
it has to thousands! of others. Turner'sDrug The high school students composingtho Southern train. Passengers! / I
Mrs. F.
L.
| Emery who has been Press-Guardian. Enterprise. \
/ Store Starke. dramatic club did a very handsome may then board tho tram at Hampton
I visiting Mrs. II. M. Snyder returned .. .
I' thing a few days ago. when they I for Starke or Jacksonville. nut If -- ---- ---4
to her homo in Jacksonville last Sun-
Col. D. E. Knight was a professional turned over to the trustees! $.">9 to be i there are no passengers, on the Limited -I,'I Ju.lre-Do you mean to say that ..

visitor to Jacksonville the first partof day.j added to the fund for carrying on the I to be let off nt Hampton, the train such a physical wreck us your husband [ % I }f
'"--
the week. i lower! /grades for the full eight months : will not stop there. gave you that black e'c' {CENT-A-WORn

dawn I j Banker N. T. Ritch has a very fine I term. The money given to the trustees 1 _____ I I I'lltlntltr--Your honor ho wasn't t n
in front bf his residence N. physical wreck until ha the J
on I
Mrs. W. N. llolloway of Tallahs- was part of the proceeds) from Mrs. A. Price !!Pl'ntot1dlY: [ : and gave mo
Walnut street. It Is of St. Augustinegrass 'Mack cye.-I"armer and Itrcrdvr. I
:see, was...a guest Sunday of Col. and fvid i| tha--Jiigh school!! minstrels that do- Tuesday Jacksonville, and whilo II I t tI
and of vigorous
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. green lighted a largo audience, some time there was the guest! of Mrs. L. R. Rob,
/growth Two would-be "dizzies" were revolving ; -
I ago. ::1'
____ erts. ;;
__ about on the dance /floor. i ( SALE-Good: ( mulch cow. See
Dr. J. O. Haynes has been spending I "
i Mrs. A. M.\ Fettit and children who I know G. C. Cody, Staike. It.
sonic time in Jacksonville with his have spent! the past two months with Dr. J. J. Hullon, pastor; 01 our Baptist Miss! Lily Armstrong of l'hiladdI I May. 80methingyou: don't1know. I i iFOR t

,daughter, Mrs. W. J. Grant. the of the the of Mrs. A. Price | : "
church was preacher phia Is guest and S.LJ-Ono: horse sound and ,
her brother J. W. Andrews, Jr., left I na '--Whnt that's p
1 i Tuesday for New Smyrna. baccalaureate sermon before the graduates Mrs. O. J. C.riflm. gentle cheap for casli, E.! Gussner, .t it
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and daughter of the school ; May-You're on my foot.-Topics
high at Luke Butler '
,
----- -- '- Route A, Box, 2H, Starke.5-12-8t. ,, .
of the )
V\ruinin\ spent Thursday at tile homo last Sunday morning. A large The May )Day party Saturday afternoon )Pay.WiggsThat | )
Mrs W. II. Stripling/ has returned -- -- --- -- J.
('01. W. T. Weeks. I I congregation gathered for the occasion at the park, i'elby the Wom i; '
FOR SALE ,
First elms .
I to her home in Perry, and was Ill!- !I : dining room t.suite 1
I',I' compantcd by her daughter :Mrs. J. and 1 many were the words of ap- an's Club, wn n very pretty nITalr.! girl's n miser when and cupboard, nil in good'- 1- t

T. M. JIagan a prominent citizen 11. Wentworth, and children. I Predation of thc sermon. It was declared Mrs. J. M. Mitchell had! chiirga! of the: she| dances. ,dition. A bargain' if sold 1 at onco. '

of Hampton had business in Starke to bo a new sort of sermon for advertising!, Mrs. A. Z. AdUins of the I Hliros--Huh? 'i iWiggs Mrs. Cnslmtl, Madison St, KUrte, j'Fill.

Friday. such n time, and being out of tho ordinary refreshments!, and! Mrs. PcAVitt C. -Yeh, pretty r-)1I0.-Cdllifor.1) 1 11.
!I C. F.: Bell and family have moved .
was all the more acceptable. Jones trained the children fur the min Pelican. :! I '
here Gainesville and -
W. E. Wainwright, of Lake Butler, from artoccupy I -_ ____n_ __ graceful dance around, I the May nole.Numl'ern AGENTS: WANTED) -.r.l'n and wom
ing the I'Hnlbunpalow on Lafayette
:
was a visitor to Stnrkc the first of the street./ Mr. Bull is; employed in Grif- Tuesday afternoon the ladies of the of pretty children took part Doctor Your huaband will be all (,n' to handle city trade and retail

week. AV. C. T. U. held) an interesting and and made a charming' picture; in their right, now. I the original and! /genuine Watkiim
n & Johns store. '
I I profitable meeting. In view of the dainty bright! hued frocks. Frnm the Wife--What do "you nl.'nn' You i products, remedies extracts, spices' ,

A handsome soda fountain will be Co!. and Mrs. D. E. Knight! motored June primary being near at hand, this sale of refreshments, $2J was realiz- toM me hu couldn't live. I I tuilct requisites! household specialties

installed in Turner's Drug Store this ,' to Gainesville Sunday and spent organization/ will begin a short courseIn I cd. This amount will bo applied on Doctor-Well, I'm going to euro automobile accessories, vto. .

week. government study. All women In- the new club house! fun], I him. Surely you are goal\
I Over trill) guaranteed products.
['r the day with their son, hauls Knight, Onr.. .
I I who is student, at the University of terested in good government are cor- I Wife-Puts mo in n bit of n hole.I've values are unequalled) und Watklnitquality I
Walter Green and of Jacksonville ,, a The B. II. S. dramatic club had and Hold all \bin clothes)
family Florida. dially Invited( to attend, the first meeting a gone to ;, is in a class by itnclf. Write I I (

are visiting relatives in this j / of this study course which will I moonlight picnic Monday evening at PIty for his funeral.-Irish World. j i today for free sample and full details r{i, t

section. begin next Monday afternoon at five Kingslcy lake the party being chap- k
Horace Wilson, one of our Bradford of our offer and what It means
in Gainesville at the University I o'clock, at the Methodist church. eroned by Mrs. W. F.. Middlcton and Ray-Your hunband's at the police to you. The J. R. Wat kind Co., Dept .t h.

Griffin & Johns' shingle mill which county men Sunday at the home of Miss Jennnotte Matthews. The sup station. Why don't you bail him out? I 7(1, Memphis, 'fenn. 5-l2-4t St +'

had been inactive for some time has i I spent FOOD SALE per spread was so elaborate that it May--If he's my husband, you could \i
Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. -
his
started up again./ I .parents: almost reached the dignity of a banquet not pump him out!-Topics of the pay SKAH0\lll' TRAIN M'HKDUUl"In : '

I Mrs. L. A. Davis' committee of the and the evening/ passed gaily \ !

Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and son, J. Woman's Club will hold a food sale with swimming and merry conversa The Baltimore woman who pushed\ W
G"I} Rev. L. W. Kickliter was the acceptable ( oMVct, Ai'ril 30, 11)22)) ).
of Jacksonville! have been visiting: at A. M. Darby's store Saturday af tion. her obstreperous husband. Into a trunk i
church
at the Baptist SouthboundNo.
mother Mrs. Lalla Chace. supply ternoon beginning at 3 o'clock. slammed. down the 11&1. )locked I Iho ,,
i I on Sunday morning last, during the 1 reaches Starke nt IIlid I ) p I. J
DUPLICATE: BONDS
trunk and threw the key nwajT has upparcntly j
absence of the pastor at Lake Butler No. .1 I. 10:5: !) a. m.
Strawberries beets beans, cucumbers PUPILS RECITALMrs. solved' tho ancient problem
I No. 21!I Cedar Key Train 4fift m.
:
squash and Irish potatoes and w I The statement of Representative "How can I hold! my husband) ?" p.

potato draws are daily sent from E. R. Poppell reached here Monday I CHn
Starke in large: quantities I afternoon nfl;r a motor trip from I i the following program at the '! hundred, of millions of duplicate Liberty --- --- I '' .. ,
and family
Ttonita Springs. Mr. Poppell high school auditorium, Thursday evening bonds had been issued, (Is cantingHome ;t :Mildred I overheard that di-ai-" No. 2 arrives Sturko 1i:1U: !) a. in.
I
County Superintendent Wiggins l is will occupy their home on North of I May 11th. Admission 10 and. uneasiness among/ holders of I young man telling you I danced!+ like a No. ,! at -/1"1 p. m. r;

in Live Oak this week as witness In u Walnut street and again be citizens 15 cents. The collection will go: toward government securities. Thin i is. wholly zephyr. i, No. 20! (Vdar! 'Key Train K:47: n. .... ,

suit tried before the Suwanne county our town.A. I the building fund of the Wom unncccHsary 114 the loss, if there la a I Ruth- Zephyr? I lie said heifer. -I I. No. 10/ Limited, 5:55: l p. III. N' ter

circuit court. an's Club. loss, will full on HID government and Dance Review. Wamut'. Branch '

I J. Livingston, !living near Ashland All are cordially invited. not on the bondholders. If there has -.-.-- -- No. 101 leaves Stark 7-1.: u. m. 1,
Tennessee : "I feel '
W. L. Johns, a well known straw City, house says to house and L Zampa Overture Duet (Herold-) been duplication the purchaser Is not Rastus (at tho dance)-Mtindy. : Is No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. In. r

berry grower of the Wateroak section liketoinll' from about Tanlac." AtTurner'lI Josephine lirinnon Rosa Leviton.Oh at fault, he having bought in good yeah program full'lIfnnlyLllw.ly. T. J. GRIFFIN,
the people
was transacting business, in this city telling Starke. How I Hate to Practice-Maurice faith and, so buying/ in entitled, to no, it takes mo .dun I Agt'ut.

Friday. Drug/ Store, Morgan. I protection and will receive protection two tiundwlches 1! nn' a sup of tea to fill William C. Horning, of llrooklyn N.

I !Miss Edna Baxter, of Brooker, wasa March of the Sages (Duct)-Patsy )folders of Liberty bonds, should' note mil program.: -Tho Owl. i'Y., who has been spending! 'a week''

her Maurice the fact that Johnson' with hi niece, Mrs.! Ada Siim-m' / has
Mrs. S. E. Raybon is having residence guest last week at the home of Mr. Erinson, Morgan.The Representative ; M I

corner Thompson nnd Jackson j and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Eldon Baxterwas Poet and Peasant Waltz (Sup- I alleged: discovery has not ufTcctpd the 4Thveno Hnndwich! ordered', a customer i returned i home.

and otherwise Vivian Kite. market of issue of those Owing to circuit court biiHlmwi,
streets reshinglod re-1 also a guest of Mr. and !Mrs. pe)- I price any in the rapid-tire restaurant. ,

paired. ,[ Hcott and he was enroute to Atlanta, Flower Fairies Duet (Feari.s))-Jul- I bonds.- Ex. "Sorrv," amiwered lloloise, the WIIII'I Clerk Alderman bus nut found tim

I la Etta Canova, Vivian Kite. tress, "but the chvpsn' has just rim I I Lt[ > bund in the I minutes of thii commlnniiinci -
in business.
he I is
where
Mrs. Hugh Haltiwunger/ and Miss> Gavotte (ltrey-Thelma) Andrews I MrKILI/S MISTAKE I out." : ;May meeting., !:' They will ap-

Janie Camp, of Jacksonville were the :( .!Mrs. Grace Ford and Miss Carrie IA I "'\11, why didn't you ohuse II\ ?" pi'ui 1 / in our. next issue.

guests of their aunt, !Mrs. M Leviton, ': the winter Approach of Spring (A Surtorin) I man by the name' of Menu I
Uglow who have spent
last Duet Eunice Fell deeply in love with Jill I
week. I andMrs. Whitehead Verlie Sapp a 4
and spring at the home of Mr. I19IDClIDmmmCClCIOlOJmnnmlccmmmOmmenmWlDmWmmmIDClJlDmcummm!: : : lJlmCllfIJ.IIII"'d! i
for Hungarian Rhapsodic No. 2 (Liszt) But she cost him so much
John Uglow, left Tuesday II
Messrs. J. F. Kickliter and G. W. -Rosa Lev!Ion. For joy rides und. surh .
North Branch, :Mich.\. where they will
Alderman were visitors to Lake Butler Qui Vive (Cans)--Paul Knight. I He was later caught tupping" a till.

Sunday morning, and attended the spend the summer. Jack's Christmas Present song- I -.Herb Felht-l l in The Hlott'r.I 'Starke Co i

baccalaureate sermon. I 1'ntHv Brinson Accompanist Julia Ettu Millinery
II( Lit'tlo Roy Roberts, Jr., who was '
I 1 1st I Canova. This bird by the name of :\Id ill
I
burned about two years ago
Mr. and !Mrs. C. K. Davis and daughter badly
Jacksonville undergoing In the Leaf! (Enlelmann-Thelmll) Who went dippy about this JnniJill" ,

Mrs. W. G. Lee, of Sanford spent now in u hospital at From Information Brinnon", Lois George. Who cost him so much i

several (Jays last week with Mrs. G. C. an operation. Lasca Miss I For joy rides and such
Reading ( )- Evelyn
COLSON
received( he Is doing. very well. MRS N. N. Mgr.
Sweat. I Should have anti
tupped still.
Demarec. gone a
Eva Roberts, has
His mother, Mrs.
Black-eyed Susan Waltz (Strea- -Phil II. Armstrong.
Fred Chase now has a new well been very ill but is improving.Friends borg)-Beatrice Johns. I STARKE FLORIDA I

drilling machine and is busy boring I have received from Charge of Uhlans (Bohn)-:Mary Stump Speaker (boastfully)- -I'm" Eadtmarminmormmmmmmmmmurmmmmmmmmmmmmommmmmmmm
deep well for J. A. Morgan/ at his. here Canova. I practical farmer. Mention, if you l'an. ( ) mlmmmmmmil> '.'''' 1
the following announcement -
Scltuate, !Mass.,
place east of Starke.
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I I : "Here's news for you. ----- -

Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and A. I I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bates announce you can have a IIIII------------ '" .... -
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Z. Jr., motored, to Gainesville Friday I I

and mother were Mrs.guests M. E.of Edwards.!Mrs. Adkins' 1:Healing Beautifying to the Complexion ComplexionNeck I When You Pay 'By CheckYOU j

I I, "I used Hall'an'stalnolia: / Balm as and Arm .

Mrs. Emma Wimberly left Fridayfor I directed and in expressing my thanks Tin it n't Mami'ill/ Balm I

after : for the great relief I received from its beautifiM 1..l Mobile Ala.
her home In year'. -. .' ._.
for its
spending two weeks at the home of i use, I will add that your claim Remove freckle, eruption You knowwhere you stand.

utility does not fully express its mer- ,, sunburn, Urt ,
her brother A. Z. Adkins.Mr. .
I' healing and makes Bkin like ....I..t.Won't .
to a
its; it seems possess -'
: / rub off. 4 colnrai
and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville beautifying power heretofore un- Brumes White Pink iN I '
the latter's 'I! known. I will help to introduce your and RnwRwi far law I I
are visiting/ parents I and ehee s. Sill by all Without Checking Accountyour
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, wonderful balm. I remain happily, diner,or direct from w, a

during this week.' 'II your friend' (Signed) :Miss\ :Marie Al- Is CCBU,._1.1<1. l

I meida, Newhall California." Instant I

Don't let that sour stomach sour beauty from this liquid face and toilet MagnoliaBalm money'keeps ditappearing in driblets and much of it can not be accounted {

your disposition and make your lifehow's I powder-brunette, white, pink, for when you check up. 1

r rose-red. 75: cents at druggists or by

I mail. Lyon Mfg. Co., 42 So. FifthSt. LIQUID -

., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Adv. (1)I ) tae.and
THIS Toiktpow. We invite'you to open a checking Account with us. '
MKDICIN'B wit! 'j
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HALES CATARRH .
*> what we claim for lt-rt.l your "Y.'-"" .vn Were'a In .> ii..+: .t'.) ChiM: DERi'
1 of Catarrh or DmiftiM caused byi- ., .. ... BANK OF STARKEPaying
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the blood' upon the mneo' (MilS, I \
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 12. 1922.

rAGE SIX .. _
----- --- I I Dr.:-W.:.E..Middleton, of-Starke:-w.aa ,

blossoms have fallen and, the fruit has BROOKER visitor here Tuesday.

set. It is desirable at this time to add CONSIDERING Mrs. Ilolloway, of Jacksonville

*"*'** ono and one-half pounds: of dry arsenate Brooker, May 12.-Messrs. G. B. here on a visit with her mother Mr*

r.----- of lead to every no gallons of Colson, J. M. Shaw and F. C. Stokes Abbott. *

i With The Bradford the Bordeaux mixture to control in | LOAN WANTED 1, spent Wednesday in Gainesville Emily Mrs. L. A. Brown is ill at this w it

sects. Fred Ilazcn< spent Thursday and ing.

Third and fourth sprayings should Friday in Jacksonville.
a be done nt intervals'of two weeks and i BY GERMANY Quite a crowd trom nere enjoyed a
County Farmers i I Ruiford Brnnnen, of Olustee, spent fish fry at tho Scout Hole Momlu
they may be omitted with some of the :i Sunday afternoon here with friends


i rl I I.1.........................................................-......................__I II weather hardier varieties is damp\ and However warm it, will if the be I :MORGAN IN CONFERENCE-: WITH week Eldon for Baxter Hamlet left, N. C.the, where first of he last has uVlock.night B. Y. P.Clara U. Sunday Cone, lender.night at eight

I safer to ten days. THE ALLIED) REPARATIONS :
spray every (
I secured
a lI Io! -' a position Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas, of i'o,.
,; During' the winter all the old hardened COMMITTEE:
COUNTY ACJKNI'S'; ; REPORTSMadison digestion, a result of eating mouldy 01'too bunches of grapes should be ] Pine Hill Lodge; No. !0, F. & A. M., ter-Pond, passed through here Sun.
of :held their regular meeting Saturday enroute to Sampson.
r much feed, a sudden change burned or plowed under to prevent a day,
1 -Farmers are spraying feed, overloading the paunch, or the re-infestation next spring. The Harding udnwni strati on apparently afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of)

watermelons and cantaloupes with drinking of stagnant water. I has reached he conclusion! that j Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Alachua./ spent Sunday: herewith rei.I l1 l- ,

' good results. Several dollars a ton "Tho practice of boring a hole into ,I I MAKE YOUR LAND PRODUCE A the United States cannot escape responsibility -i Sunday afternoon at Sampson City. 1 atlvcs.

(' is being saved by buying landplaster the horn and pouring in such ingredients CROP! WHILE GROWING PECANS in connection with the financial | Prof. A. B. Shaw spent the week-

co"peratlvl.ly.11arlonGood. us turpentine, vinegar, black I reconstruction of Europe. The end with his family in Gainesville. NEW RIVERi

pepper; liniments, common salt or j I I By planting suh crops as legumesfor precise part the government is to takein | D. W. Kelly, of New River, was in I i _

other such mixtures is not only useless I other the rebuilding has not been definitely town Saturday.
t \ results are being obtained : hay, cotton, corn or some !
watermelons and I and cruel, but actually danger I rush crop between the rows of your determined, but in the next few (I Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson and son, New River, May 12.-Mr. and! Mr
by spraying
tomatoes. I cue Often such things cause an inflammation pecans you can make your land pro- weeks it is believed that. definite plans Resale, and Misses Willie Mae Oliver S. L. Crews, of Lake Alfred, were 'sour

of the membrane lining ''duce a profit while bringing the pe- will be worked out. (and Inca Abernathy spent Sunday: afternoon burg Sunday.

M'anatoe Some are spraying I the oir space or produce abscesses in ', Ins into bearing, according/ to J. F. The larger! financial institutions in at Worthington Springs !Miss! Dora Tison is visiting relativein

--control growers of inulanose. Tho this cavity. I Williams, Jr., of the College of Agri : this country have been laying stress l! Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill, Morriston.
the
for is looking fine. "When your cow appears dejected, I' culture. If your trees are planted for'some time on the importance of I was here Friday enroute to Alachult.I Sheriff Epperson: was here Sixttmtn
' tomAto
a crop I lacks appetite, shows weakness, hair !60x50 feet, and twelve feet Is allowed the government entering into the fi- I Mrs. Anderson and son, of Fernan- on business.
I nuncial of the European dina were in here Saturday. II. T. Pnrnell was n visitor over t I""
reconstruction ,
Lake Beans, potatoes and cuke's" loses its lustre, skin becomes tight I for each tree row, you still have 38
,, feet in which can good countries. At least three mem- Mrs Ostccn, of High Springs, has Gainesville Saturday on business
being shipped, by Montverde-; and unpliable, horns fuel hot (Indicat- you grow crops I
1 are I-Vrnsdalo co-operative association. ing fever) or cold (indicating deranged without preventing the pecans in making ,j' hers! of the President's cabinet, it is been here for the past!; week visiting Howard Thomas was a visitor t,,

a! circulation) call a graduate veterinarian their normal growth. i i'i said, also have continued to point out her mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott. Samuson Sunday.Mr. .

if one is available. As nitrogen and humus are the two that business in the United States I' Quite a crowd from Starke passedthrough and Mrs. Leon Thomas havo
i Polk-(Jrowersi are cultivating their I: here last to moved hero from Lake Butle1'.
mois- "If a veterinarian is not to be had, most essentials in a pecan soil the cannot become normal until Europe I Tuesday enroute ,

groves intensively to beans conserve an\l\ forget about hollow horn and give the crops grown should be rotated with',: gets on its feet. The announcement I High Springs to play ball. I H. B. Kerce has accepted a positionat

l ture. Irish poptutocs, pota- animal 1 pound of epsom salts and such crops as cowpeas and beggarweed. ': that J. P. Morgan has accepted an invitation I Miss Edna Baxter spent last weekin Olustee.

toes are beinshipPHtI. I from 2 to 4 tablespoonfuls of aromatic This Is especially true with fro mthe Allied reparations Starke where she went to have her j i!I Broward Johns, of Jacksonville, is

spirits of ammonia in a quart of water clean culture crops as cotton and commission to become a member of' tonsils removed. I'|: visiting relatives here.
i1 Y Gadnden-I have held a conferencewith II' as a drench. Feed only nourish I the committee representing that commission Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Arden Drawdy, of Five Mile, was

the principal of the high school, ing feed such as ground oats, cornmeal corn.You can plant the entire space between which Is to consider the floating Friday afternoon in Starke. here Sunday.

l the contractor and one of the students middlings and bran. Allow the the trees to legumes und ute !! of an international loan for Ger- Clarence Scat, of Cross City, spent, Eunice McKinney attended Sunday

with a view to conducting a radio animal to eat as much green feed as the first cutting for hay, and then the I many, will, it is believed, tend to speedup Sunuday afternoon here. the guest of school at Long Bridge Sunday.

,I cm the new school building, for In- possible. A good tonic powder, such second cutting can be plowed under. the plans this government Is making friends. i Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Moody ,of Long

l Htruction to the students, and to rot us, powdered nux vomica, 2 ounces; I In this way one gets a cash return ; for participation in the financial D. J. Byrd, of Graham spent Saturday Bridge, were visiting Mr. and Mrs

t r calve daily market quotations from powdered gentian, 2 ounces; powdered from the land and the nitrogen and upbuilding. here. '1 C. A. Johns Saturday evening.J. .

Washington.Puico ginger, 2 ounces; sodium bicarbonate, humus from the second crop. May Hurry Action There will be a choir practice every : E. Crews, of Long Bridge, was

+ -Farmers are doing system- 2 ounces; may be given for a week or The growing of crops to be taken No one in authority in Washingtonwill Wednesday night at the Missionary here last week.

s atic spraying for the control of plant more after a digestive disorder. One off between the rows should not be Hay whether the decision of Mr. Baptist church. All who are interest- Evelyn Smith and Grace -Welch, of

lice and anthrticnose in watermelons. tablespoonful of this mixture shouldbe practiced after the trees are ten to Morgan to associate himself with the cd are invited to come. j Long Bridge, passed through here on
twelve years old, for they will need j We are glad to report Mrs. Emily
given three times daily in feed or committee would alter the situation Sunday afternoon.

Alachua-and- in a pint of water as a drench." all the moisture and plant food in the I that exists ,in the capital with respectto i Abbott much better at this writing, II i Adam Tison and J. J. Thomas were
rain has saved tho L. A. Johns of Alachua
soil passed
to produce n satisfactory crop of I the United States having a repre- I business visitors to Lake Butler Sat
cucumber und this together' with I throuA'h.here Sunday.
crop
DO nuts. I .
CATTLE EVER
"LOSE: THEIR sentative on that commission.! President urday.
a stronger market has renewed hopes' L. Morgan has moved his family
1l t CUD?" I Harding and Secretary of State I 1\Irl| and Mrs. Ray McKinney, of
for the growers.: here from Sampson. We are glad to
WORMS CAUSE GREAT LOSSESIN
Hughes have let it be known that they Graham, were visiting his brother,
f Many\[ owners of cuttle arc of the LIVESTOCK regard it as of great importance that welcome them to our town. Charlie McKinney, Sunday.
Citrus-A few farmers have made Reddish Andreu, of New River, wasa '
opinion that a cow may lose its "cud" this government should be representedon
their bordeaux mixture wrong, and visitor here Saturday morning. I II
and that a prepared one must he givenin __Special Treatment In necessary! to the commission without further de I Hcfclttu: t+ lipatton cured
their crops show the result of the blue Lewis Shriver spent Friday after- ,
order to bring relief. Dr. A. L. Remove Them lay. In 14 toil Days
atone burn.lJadcA. noon in Hampton. |
S. Shealy, professor veterinary science, "LAX Fog WITH PEPSIN" a specially-
The attitude of of senators
a
group Cephus and Lucile Hnrrell, of Bradford :
preiwiedSyrupTonicLaxallveforHablttia'xmstipnuon.
dairyman's Association! has University of Florida, College of Agriculture ,, One of the worst pests of the Florida and representatives, it is: said, is the attended B. Y. P. U. here Sunday ',; : It relieves promptly but

been formed, and u campaign stnrtei! points out below that this livestock raiser are the various Intestinal only obstacle in the way of rE'pre8en-1 night. should( be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days

to remove all the unregistered males belief is a mistake. worms, which are especially tation. In some quarters! is an P. M. Barefoot was trnnsactirfg business lo induce. regular action. It Stimulates and
t "A cow has four compartments to the sumn\l'r'' Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take 611c
hot
prevalent during
in this county. inclination to prophesy that, as a result -I in Starke Saturday. bottle.
V her stomach. The first, commonly months. Low, marshy pastures are i of the Morgan announcement, the per

i, OsceolOnly one reactor has been called the )paunch, is by far the largest the main breeding places, and animals' administration would take up the mat

found In the 171 dairy cows tested for of the four. It serves only as a grazing on such! lands are usually In- I' ter of a representative on the commission /

storehouse. fested. ._ ,.. ...
tuberculosis In the last thirty days in in a short time. on. "
,;, '. this county. "It will be noticed that a cow masticates Of all the domestic animals the hogis Loans to be Considered I
or chews the food, but little in the most frequently infested. Young
"" The ablest of the financiers are saying I
DeSoto-An effort/ is being made to eating. The food, therefore, reaches pigs ore the most susceptible. Theyare I that Europe cannot be reconstructed ,

i\ plant at least 100 acre of strawberries the paunch imperfectly masticated.! ,' attacked by two kinds of worms, financially without the assistance y s t fro el
\ "After grazing for three or four j the round and the small)
in this county next season. Instruction large worm, I of the United States. The European

:i" Is being given in their culture hours, or after eating all her roughage { pin worm. Both multiply very rapidly -I nations that must be reconstructed! financially

\ and the selection of soils for the paunch is about filled with and cause a stun td growth, and are without the money with )) TSCS-IHOTSSSAl CAS

'y them. poorly masticated food. Then the death in some cases. The first symp-I which to do the work. The money Is .., ;' v" *
cows goes to some quiet place and tom noticed will be a general un- _
in the United States. The move ofMr. 7
NO SUCH THINC:" AS "HOLLOW can be seen regurgitating', or 'belchingup' ; thrifty condition, and diarrhoea and i r7
is in Wash-
Morgan
interpreted
4 'C
[ HO I UN-: this imperfectly chewed food. She obstruction will occur. ( \
ington to mean that the big finnncia
Ii thoroughly chew this: material. After The best treatment for these worms e ( 1 i Yr
Institutions intend to assist in the reconstruction -
V, !Many persons believe cattle have mastication, or chewing, the foods J according to Dr. A. L.Shealy, veterl- regardless! of what 'the
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a" "hollow horn" nt times. "This belief' again/ swallowed, passing throughthe narian of the College of Agriculture, policy of the government finally may
is mistake first and second into the third is follows Starve the
a says lr.) A. L. Shealy, as : animal 21 be.

If" professor of veterinary science, University stomach compartment, where the juices hours, then give one teaspoonful at'I' The committee of tne reparations ,

l of Florida. "The horn i I" attached are squeezed out. From here it oil of chenopodium, and castor oil, one commission aa.wgr ,
to which Mr. Morgan will
'' to a bony core, which is a prolongation passes to the fourth for real diges- ounce, for a one hundred hog. For be attached
will deal immediately with
; ,}t of the frontal bone. Some ion. smaller animals use half the amount.
the proposed international loan for
d of the hones of the head have air spaces "So the 'cud' Is merely the food Mix the medicines together and give
Germany, and later, if plans that are
or sinuses, one purpose of which which was hastily eaten and later with a dose syringe. )
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being matured carried :
will
are out, ,. y .yt
(. is to give bulk and shape to the bones brought back to the mouth for chew- Horses lire attacked by two kindsof
supervise International loans for virtually
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without adding! to the weight. The I ng. It is evident that a sick cow usually worms, the pin worm which Infest I
all the
European countries! Including -
frontal bone has such an air space, lacks appetite. If she eats nothing the large and small colon, and the Russia. '

and It extends out into the bony core she can have no cud to chew. Often large round worms which are foundin
It is inconceivable, say the most influential .
over which the horns are attached. So lack of appetite is caused by digestive the small intestines. The symptoms I Ir
of American bankers, that l
hollow horn Is not a disease, for the disorders, the result of eating I of these are, loss of flesh, hide-
the United States with about t3
$ ,-
horns are-naturally hollow." nnuldy food, drinking stagnant water bound staring coat of hair, large ap-
'f 000,000,000 at stake, should remain inactive -
Continuing, Dr. Sheally says, "Cat etc. petite, and in'the case of the pin worma while the finnncia

tie lire apt to have digestive'/ disorders "Since there is something wrong white scum may form around the reconstruction European hip
forward. Therefore
1' and what Is often thought to be with a cow, if she fails to eat, it is anus. goes $
the appointment of a representative
hollow horn is no more or less than in- always advisable to call a graduate The best treatment is to withhold -
thoroughly conversant with Euro-
-- veterinarian. However, if this cannot all feed for twenyt-four hours, and
affairs is deemed' of the
pean greatest
t, CALOMEL GOOD HUT be done, the owner will make no mistake give oil of chenopodium one-half

: AWUFLL.Y TRE.tC11ER0USl by giving' a pound of epsom! saltsin ounce, and raw linseed oil one quart. importance.

I a quart of water as a drench." I Mix together and give as a drench.
F.O.B. DETROIT
Next Done May Salivate Shock: Liver -- Withhold all feed until about three Cashier-My, oh, my! I have for-

Or Attack Bones SPRAY'I FhI BORDEAUX MIXTURE hours after giving the medicine.In gotten the combination and I am in a ..
terrible: sweat it.
TO CONTROL: BLACK ROT some cases the first treatment over
I You know what calomel Is. It is Sadie the Stenog.-Well, I forgotmy NEW PRICEYou

mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan Black rot of grapes: is probably the THAT KNIFE-LIKE:( PAIN combination, too, and I'm pretty
gerous. It crashes I into sour bile like I most destructive fungus disease of near froze to death.-Topics of the

't dynamite, cramping and sickening! the grape industry in the eastern part Day .

you. Calomel attacks the bones and of the United States The
should never be put into spread spores la Only One of Nature's Warning of He (at any dance-I think Jim is have the
your sys very rapidly in damp, warm never before had
tem.If weather, and a vineyard Infested will Weak or Disordered Kidney. trying to shake his girl. .

you feel bilious, headachy, constipated l lose most of the crop unless sprayed Have you a lame back aching day She-I think Jim is succeeding.- opportunity of securing as much

and all knocked out, just goto' with bordeaux mixture. and night Ko you feel sharp pains McKeesport (Pa.) News.

your druggist! and get a bottle ofDodson's The winter spores, which are carried after Htuopln? Are the kidneysaore motor car value at so low a
? In their action Irregular. UseDoaa's To Stop a Cough Quick
Liver Tone f w a few cents through the winter in the hard 4111
which is a harmless vegetable substitute blackened grapes, are the first to attack l l' !''I1\' l'Uhltbe'uludlnD" take HAYES' HEALING !HONEY. a price. Take advantage of this ,
recommended by so Stark cough medicine which the
many stops cough bjr
for dangerous Calomel. Take a the vines In the spring. Their people. Ask your neighbor! healing the Inflamed end irritated tissue opportunity and place your order JIll

spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou first appearance is noticed by small Chan. CnitcliUeia farmer, Stark*, A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE!
up better and quicker than nasty white spots on the leaves which later says: fo'I can hardly describe the SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and now when you can obtain

calomel; if it doesn't start your liver I turn brown. It is In these brown misery I endured from lame back. Croup HAYES'Is enclosed with every bottle of
HEALING
HONEY. The -
without making you sick, you just got spots that the summer spores are be- When I tried to lift It felt u though should be rubbed on th* chest and throat salvo prompt delivery.

back and !get your money. ing formed, which attack the fruit and someone had stuck a knife! Into the ; of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

Don't take calomel! It makes you stems. When the fruit Is attacked I small of my back 1 was nearly past The healing effort' of "eyel' Healing Honey In-
going. I gut up at night to the Ida the ihrmu amblned with the bUoa effect of Terms if desired.
sick the next day; it loses a day'swork. white PUBS trove ..
you spots! are formed which later a ()-P. -Trace Salva through the lam of
" kidney aecretian! and they couulned OlD tkla MOO MOP*.couth.
Dodson' Liver Tone straightens turn brownish, and the fruit shrivels a red sediment I read about Doao'a Roth..ramxllre....pecked In one carton and the
you,right up and you feel great. and hardens. Kidney Pills and two boxes COM el Ihe combined treatment la ISo. m. J. W. Andrews: Jr.
purchased
.
k No salts necessary. Give It to the Four sprayings will be necessary to at Turner DrugStore, cured Ju t ask HONEY.your druggist for' HAYES'tlEAUNG ,

children because it is perfectly harmless control black rot. The first should be me." Ford and Ford Dealer

and cannot salivate.-Adv-65 when the shoots are 8 to 18 Inches Price 6t..r at all dealers Don't son
does not all the
remove worms, especially -
( r long, after clusters have developedbut Imply nk r a kidney r..medy-get STARKE. FLA.
s Piles In the case of hogs, so It Is
In 6 to 14 Days Doan's
, before the buds have Kidney Pills--the name that
opened, with
'I Drugglsaa refund money If PAZO OINTMENT: follito Mr. Crutchfield had. Foster-ullbura usually)) best to give another treatment
cure aching, Cllotl 3lrmim..or Procnultnit Plloe a 4-4-50 Bordeaux mixture. The second Co. Mfr about thirty days after the first treat
ilurtalo( N, Y.
-it I ,ellovea'tehing I ril and you MO uK4Uul
niy should be
; ; J ace utter Ui lu.t uui ik uou. Irk .::. spraying given after ment.
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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922.

:..-. __ __ ._.. .. KKADFORD COUNTY TELKUKAI'll.: SFAItKK. KI.OKIDA ._._ ______ .__ __.______ ___ ___.__. G_ .:ilF.y
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SOME STATE i so that she will not be annoyed by the 'muth of the triple cremation. I Paul Dinkins returned to his work and everyone present enjoyed 1 singing

passing automobiles. THREE NEGROES 1 All three negroes were employed on I in Jacksonville last week after assist tho gospel songs.Messrs. .

I the following unsigned I I "Texas grows enough cotton every the far mot J. T. King, prominent ing his father in the depot hero during: I \ A. E. and T. D. Proctor

..1"1I'h, appeared in the Scottish year to wrap"California in a winding farmer of this community, and grandfather I the strawberry shipping Reason. spent Sunday at Hupp attending tho

N. ""s .ih iin answer to the shout three miles thick. i ARE BURNED AT of the dead /fflrl with whom she : Richard Bennett had tha misfortune nil-day me.'tlltheld with the Con-

t >f the Culiforniuns in both her buing\ dead. Mr. to break his wrist while church. At the
"Texas has enough timber nnd horses lived parents right Friday { {{relational noon hour

., .hmata and other alleged to supply a chariot and four for all King was present at the cremation, I cranking an automobile. a bountiful dinner was spread.Mr. .

,ILfl' mtages of that state: l California's risen dead on resurrectionmorning. i STAKE IN TEXAS Hiul 1 the mob loaders'are said! to have : Jules Eunice, of I'ort Tampa, spent and, Mrs. Francis Coffin, of

"A .Shrincr out in California I obtained his approval )before I lighting Sunday at his home near Lavrtey.Mrs. Johnstown motored to Lake Bullet

: have been somewhat j "If all the hogs of Texan I I -... the torches. I : Owen Man unj Mrs. Leslie Saturday afternoon.Guerney .
of the recent were one '
I'" reports golf The lynch!ngs were carried out deliberately. Griltts Crews, of New River raotored -
big hog, ho would root California into IM1MJCATEP: IN: UlHr.I.TT.C" of Highland, were visitors to ,
"i.'nt nt an Antonio There discharge of Lake Uutler
was no to Saturday.Mr. .
the AND :Mt'KDF.U. OF A AVIHTE ,
sea with three roots and his Lawtey Saturd ty.
,, idurful winter climate of I firl>llrl11s. It was reported, however, and Mrs.\ Foto Brown attended
squeal would make the thunders ofI GIRL AT KIRVINKirvin ( Mrs. Smiley Griflls was vsiitor to
Wl", extolled na.being equal to ( that the negroes were mutilated l before the bacenlnurente sermon hero Sunday
I Niagara sound like a chicken: with the Starke :Sunday.
ahfornia. I' being tied to the stake. With tho morning.Mr. .
low( do you people get that pIp.I I Tt.x.Iay! rt-Three 11eA'roeswpre exception of n few shouts and the !' James Godwin was a visitor to tho and 1rs.V.\ J. Epperson of
) "If all the steers in Texas burned death at the county
were one Jo same seat Frhhl '.
ha asks. "I admit your state screams of the condemned men there ) Stnrke, was a guest of Dr. and Mrs.J. .
,i big steer, ho could stand with his stuke here at 6 o'clock this morning I Miss Eva Reddish. was a visitor to
little to disturb the ;
wonderful area and it wns\ early morning E.; Malnes Sunday.
.front feet in the Gulf of Mexico, his by a mob of five hundred men, follow- Starke Frltla '.
a wonderful area to quiet of the backwoods commun G. \Alderman and. J. P. Kickllter -
quires hind feet in the bay of San Francisco i I ing their alleged implication) in the John Grillls was transacting business
)if your arrogance. Indeed, I ity. The plot where the burning took I of Starke, motored here Sunday.
( and brush lulu birds off the i criminal assault and murder of a 17- in Starke
stand that Texas assumes to golden I place' 'Is in the front of two churches. Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann had as
gate with his tail. yenr-old white girl whosemultilated | :Mr and Mrs.
James Good fellow andliluldrcn
Tcntest state in the Union." One of the negroes i_ said to have diedsinging'a 1 'their guest Sunday Jim llrower, of
I "If all the he-men in Texas were body was found near here Thursday :Miss Delia Gootifellow will
Oh, no, brother Noble, it church anthem. Miller and l Clarice! Long, of Five Milo
issume to be-it is. one man, he could carry the soil of i night.\ i Kirvin, a town of about !;00 inhabitants. !eao tomorrow by automobile on a KIrke anil Julian P'k"ot" Five
California around under his finger "Snap" Curry, the first negro/ burn business and pleasure trip in southern I'
Is situated In Freestone ,
two county Mile, spent tho week-end with their
"There only
are things nails. ed was taken from the custody of Alabama. They will be ten
I I ('ftllt central Texas, about eighty gone aunt, Miss Marshall Proctor.Mrs. .
in the
ncntioning world that i "The glory of Texas Freestone early lust
following thc, county ofljcers days.
I ,
south Dallas.
miles of
contain and ,r :Malcolm Riherd and charming
loes not those are sun and he from
keeping with tho night ns was being conveyed !
company Harold Pearco
1 was a visitor to JuckIsonvillo M
*il
\. rh( and South poles. hours Tho young girl was. riding her horso baby, Lucilo, have returned from n
encircles \'ortha111 It Is
I the earth ,daily with I to some point west. I Saturday and ,
Texas occupies all of the |I the continuous and unbroken aurora alleged thnt he confessed to the mob Kin in, late Thursday when she wns Joe Riirdon and family Sunday. Sun- I visit with friends at .Tllcl( onvlllt'.

"t> Morth America, except on borcnlis. : that he had assaulted and murdered! Kit vin, late Thur..rlllYVhl'n. she was 1 day with \relatives in Starke.spent Hob, Green, of Hrooker, was a business

.,ii,: ruffle of so-called states- "Poor old the confession he attacked. Her body was later found visitor lieio Saturday.'
I California? Look on Texas girl: and that In his Liin Prescott of Maxville
was n
( 'alifornin-to the north near the road with twenty-three knife George Deklo Fnircloth returned to
and weep! -Exchange. implicated two other negroes, J. II. isltnr to I
tif called Mexico to the wounds, in tho bond neck and chest. I Lawtcy Friday. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon\ nfteea
an.1olle Jones.
Vnrney I
"1 ,is bounded on the cost by back'i I I !' Curry the alleged confessed. slayer] I Dennis Mann of Manning\ visited visit with his father, G. P. Faircloth. -
FLAPPERS i The mob divested tho sheriff of hl'l( relatives in Lnwley Saturday.
,, 'I except the Pacific on tho I of the girl l 114 understood ol have told .
; I keys to the Freestone jail Limtiic
I bounded by the Pacific nnd I --- I county his captors thnt Jones and Vnrnoy nnI''I t Harloy loft a few days airo lie. J. J. Bullen, of !StnrKe=: delivered
My ''where Jones nnd Varney were bcinit for Hastings where he will
aunt work during
was once a flapper, and
tu uideral universe I himself had planned the crime since tho baccalaureate sermon nt tho highschool !
flapped rebellious held as suspects. Hurrying to the the !
potato shipping
uings; but now she Th season.E.
'nder Texas is Innfc January. original plan: was I auditorium Sunday morning
a su is a scrapper for old, time-honored 'Jail, the mob unlockeif the doors and, ::. M. Futeh left last night for Olds-
mturul and 'to assault two other women on tho I :'oJ 1'1IRrIJ. Dowey Dukes, Math UukftB,
gas pure things. I've heard some ghastly rumor I took the two negroes in charge. All mar, where he will plant several seviuiil Mos-j

<' \\t It most of the sky and. onmB day and in rapid allcc"Mlllon'l Ardell Drawdy Mr... and Mm.
that three negroes were then rushed, to of strawberries for tho
when ho was eighteen she : acres n \tseason.
havimr said. HoIU1 of 1 Fivo
major constellations. Curry wns quoted as Hewitt and Hurry Lonir, !Mile,
n Kirvin the homo of tho dead girl, and I. .
I wore a pair of bloomers tho village "
Texas ;ia so big that the upon < not say why the plan had failed.I were visitors here during (ho wook.Mrs. .
Iron stake! driven' into the ground .
green. And sour-faced, reform an -----.--
hundred million has I Varney and Jones assorted their Innocence E. L. O.lom and grandson: Cecil .
year?, ''In small in the 'heart of thu
and n
I ers every wrinkled dame denounced square LAKK ItUTLKU i.
i ibl e to travel over it in less to the end. Hitch of St. Peternliurtr, have beenrailed :
to'n.ood accumulated and
her course as beastly and said it was I
il.'iv. and when it has According to farmers living near I I to the bedside of Miss ThclmdKchell.
nev it is always read/ to set. : was a shame. The moral weekly paper saturated with oil. the.lIc'ne of I thu murder the ..girl'sscreams : Luke Itullcr, May 12.: -Mr. and MI'A.I I !

: I /gave Auntlo half a page, and said Curry was burned then Varnev and were hearrl twice on tho eveninR Julian IioudholtiE, of Jacksonville, visited i Seeber], Stokes and Je-nnie NcanmUh,

State. Senators and shameful caper discredited, the Jones.! There was some delay in burning of the nltack, some twentyfiveto Mr. andMr;. Joe Townaend last of Miller were in town :Sunday.Mrs. ::; 0-

\ elected from I the border age. Revolt was Auntie's passion, the last two inasmuch ns they thirty minutes apart. They paid no week. 1 Elzlo Lomlholtz eiilovt.iirie.l nt '

i 'nvi'1 for months to reach the when she was young and fair; she' irctdfnstlv: maintained their innocence attention to the cries, believing soma Mrs. Aaron B.viley and non, Alva, of a birthday parly in honor of her little

ipitol, at Austin, and are paid i rode a horse man-fashion and bobbed Third degree methods failed to bring child was being spanked. Green Cove Rpiings, nro guests, of sonV.. K.: Severnl of hii little
mn of dollars in mileage fees i her sorrel hair. Thc dappers a confession from them nnd they were !Mrs. I II. F. Flo 'il.
l now i j Officers here said this seemed! l to indicate friends weer Invited to tdmrn in t tnl l...
"The United Slates with Texas around ofCurry's John llannn has 1 been elected scntilcnptnin
us imagine they're unique, dotcrmincd finally cremated on the strength the girl was held captive near enjoyable' affair.. After. games\ wer
tratcd from it would look like the to confound testimony. After the third nnd tho following boys form ,
by
!
us some unseemly I ly thirty minutuB by the negroes before played delielou.s cuke and 1 erenm woreserved.
of a dog with the dog amputated."A freak. But it's old stuff my I negro had been burned to a crisp, all she Will killed. the company: M.uirloe Stone, \''. ('. i! Thono present were, \V. K

map in order to convey any masters; the damsels of the past were three !bodies were piled together and Townsend, I ell Rosenberg, Harry :, Loadholtz, Joe /avharln Clyde Load "*

of the magnitude of Texas, would.! wont to shock their pastors and make I n mass of fuel! and oil flung over them. LAWTKVLnwtey Similar, Karle (JultlmllnVitlifr.1, hollz !Mary Deklo\ Agnes! ami" Helen .

to be tattooed on the side of the them stand aghast. We see the pullets Thin was ignited\ the flames soaring Loadholtr, 1'elmn' Loadholtz. Albert Hewitt, Ernest: Dell. Clayton Priggors :- flTRAriOR

est elephant, the tail and trunk moulting, as hens have always twenty-five or thirty feet in the air. May\ 12.-J. J. Mcl-pod was Mi/elle. Joe Minnhew, Andrew! Taylor Jacob Roberts' Cenus Garris: ,

sufficient for the rest of the done, and damsel! wore revolting way [, Hurly today the flames were still transacting business in Jacksonville Martin Lhndholtz.Mrs. /' Frances lionim Lizzie ChaHtain.Theo. .

the Union. back in 81. My aunt was !husv flapping burning fiercely. I I Monday.Knoch\ )D. F. Floyd' and son, Charles Themes, of Del-aml, was her.

"Unless your front gate I N at in bygone sunny springs ami i! When the fire finally died down- this .I, Grilfis, was a visitor to llun- spent the week-end) with relatives ntGuilfurd. on huttineHH last week.

eighteen miles from your front now we hear her yapping for old nndchuniieless morning,: nothing but ashes remained nell, several tltiys last week.I J. R. )Dunlnir, of !Lake City, was attending

IOU cannot claim to belong to the i' ; things. And mnnirns now j of t the three bodies. I I ). K. Kildinn, of Gainesville, was H. !Rosenberg in tin thu Hick list this, to huHinc* sin town FrMav.CJeo. .
families of Texas. Mrs. King's rebelling against the whichful whence The mob rapidly dispersed and! asdn
: transacting business in Lawley Wed week.Mrs.. A. McCnrter of Heiimnont, Cat.,
ISO miles from her front door and '! when older will be yelling thnt younirgirK : d.iwned there was only a few per I 1 nesday.V. :Mary H.ivis' and son, Julian ciime to Luke Butler lust week on bus,

is thinking: of moving her house ': hnve no "..nMe.-Ex..hnng... ,son", remaining to witness the ofterSJS.ffBS : K. Ki'iMinh" was a !busincws visior I of Vnldotitn, are guests of Mrs. D. W.1'orum J, iness.Rons.

( to Starke lust week.Mrs. : this week. \V. I'o IV [Lord of I lampion,

) J. Wyrick, and little daughter : A r'lav' will bo given\ nt I tho high was transacting huslnefi' sin town tliilweek. :
1I'i]!'_ ill.1iI 'idia i i;. ''jffn\} >! ..l ; I.r of "Alexandria, Vu., are spending/ sihool) auditorium Thursday.' J Frld.iy .

a few days with her parents, Mr. un. evening thu graduating exercises will It. \..... McAllister, of Pnlntku'" was

Mitt. T J. Terry.Mi be held. and the nddress) will be delivered In town Monday on III1KIIII'Sll,

,-. and Mrs. S. \.... I.oneh and l son, by I Jr. E.: H. Meek of the University .-.. -. ...- ---

Edwin erf .1,Jiuksonville were visitors of Gainesville. l Everyone In ""Olm ClS SU.F.S: IN.

to I iwtev Sunday.Enrlo. vited.Mr.). ('..mom!

Commercial Roberts, who is it student atStarke anil\ Mrs. VII n1.lInt and, children'

spent the week-end with hi.!.. of Pnlatka have moved here and nn> Although the Foul ]Motor\ Company,

father Enoch J. Roberts.! totaled, In the Townseiid dwelling) re Permit, has linen increasing the output

Miss: Clara Moo Shepard( of Starke, rently vacated by I II. W. Horum! and I Irllmily. I of FonlHoMH daily wince tho first! of

spent Sunday with friends here. the year retail miles have "maintained,
'
fob Printing Arthur Oriffis, of St. Petersburg\ is A. ". Hackney of !Lake City, was even a greatvr advance,

spending. a few days in Lawtey nt the here on business Monday. April ieiuiieiiient| necessitate Ihn

home of his parents; :Mr. and :Mrs.Eno C. E. Scrlven, of Jacksonville, was building' of four hundred. }Fordsons n

'h Griffis. greeting friends. thin week.Lyhan day, iiml .production Is being further

George, McCulley of !Miami, visited Frank, nf New Voik City, Increased. rapidly us poHxihle.' This

relatives here Sunday. .stopped, in town for a few days lantiweek. is I Iho Ford" Cimrpuny's largest output( [

Charlie. Gunter of Plant City, 1M' since I'.II'.I and. it Is expected' that

.upending. a few days visiting relatives MIsH Mailie Floyd, Is visiting, her produrtion will have broken all provioim ,

and friends. father, I>. F. Floyd at Pablo] Peach.Mr. rceoids before thf end of tho

Arthur Peurco spent several days Abernathy ,upent( Tticfld.ty In month.

in Starke last week.George Live On k. The inereHHi'd IntyinK/ of (Fonlnonn

Anderson, of Starke was n Mr. and Mrs. Jcsno Vining and l Jewel indicates I that the farmer's |"ioHition U

CARDS business visitor here Thursday. :Mr.AniliTson Phillips Hpi-nt( Tuesday In Jackson better nnd ill HO Is the farmer's pndorsement -

is contemplating( building H ville.II.. of the Fonl.-iori price-cut

POSTERS large garage in Lawtey. in the near Uluke is having un addition built which created considerable comment

future.M. t.nto bin dwelling In West Uutler. I throughout the country.HexidcH .
ENVELOPES
I : L. I.oiulholtz of Jacksonville\ Mrs Tomlinson, of St.; Petersburg, the "Fnrds'ins being sold, for

BILL HEADS A'nt|: Sunday In Luwtcy with bin fam was a week-end guest of Mrs. Joe Hill 'I farm use, many are being sold in tho

ily. Williams, Mrs. J. J E: .Malm and l Mrs. cities an power units for hauling(, excavating

NOTE HEADS i Miss Ruth Skipper returned, to her J. M. Mann.L. grading and other. kinds of

homo In Jacksonville Saturday, after H. EfhnlH, of Detroit, Michigan, Iniluxtrial work

WINDOW CARDS spending. a whilq with her sinter, Mrs.E. was a business visitor hero last week.It. ----------

E Burncy.Mr. W. Woodward, of Gainesville, )Pon't you miss your husband very

SHIPPING TAGS I and Mrs. W. E. Torodu and was In town lust week on business. muth now that hi* Is /n traveling man?

children visited relatives in Starke E. S. Hassan, of Atlanta, was In Oh, 1101! At breakfast I just stand

LETTER HEADS lust Sunday. town Monday on businesH.Mrs. u newspaper up In front of a plutv anil

I Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, was half tho time t forget he mn't there.

.' professional visitor to Lnwtey Mon the guest of her winter, Miss Marshall ---Pry Goods: Economist.NOTICK .

day. Proctor last Friday.Mrs. .

'. Mr. and "Mrs. GoodfelloW! ami children Willard Parker, of New River, prvHjlHmHtton OK BI'KC'IAL.Kllkntr KI.KCTIONMnyom mn *lf tlollfor >Ti

motored to Jacksonville and Pablo wall shopping here Monday. the I>IIIIMHI* of vnllntr on Ihfl <|._tion off
.bmuinir.' ",.nd. fni*' 'he reconstruct. ,Ion a.d nn-
Dennis Kcllum of Miami In
Beach! Saturday returning homo was h..lnll th. Water Work an.1 Kl.rtrio U.htI'lnnt
town Friday. of thu Town of Stark, Florlila.Nutlci .
Monday.Mr. !I. hr..4>y Blv m that unilfr anil byvtrtim
: and Mrs. J. J. McLeod spent A daughter was born to Mr. and of authnrtty vmtvil In m* an Mayor of
th* Town "f iltarkiv, f>'l several' c'ays in Starke last week.MinHe Mrs. Koger Collins Saturday evening, .IMelHl. rlpetliin of th. nuallllril vi..t.,ni of laid,
at the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. tnwn. U> boo luiM at thu T wn Hull In *alilTown
I : Wilniu and Louise JHunchard on .J.h.....,..... th* lut ilHy of Jo".. A.
were shopping In Starke Saturday.f ,' Townsend. I*. IU 2, to ,...I..rml.,* In* iiuiiition of iMiilntfThlrtynilic
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Thonnanil Dftllnnt honih.* of Haiti'
I R. Sapp, of Starke, was a visitor Tho community ing wan a success Town for thf niiriioiii, of racoon*riietlnir anillarvliiir
Bradford ---- nlI'lanl. th> WaU>r Wnrk* ami t li>rtrla l.l ht.
to Lawtey Friday and Saturday.A .X'TO INIOdrove's of 'ha Town of tark... Morion. *ni I Hon was born to Mr. and :Mrs.ijarncs >nilii to IN* 'liwlii..1 l In ili'iiomlnatlunii of ","110
Tasteless. chli Tonic rm'h anil to IM ilu. ..t n""rlally b*>vlnnlnir' Jnly' I.
resuirrnF.nrtny
Rafuse, Friday. Ittttn, anil' to Iwar I".t at th. ial. of/' nkvnr .
and Vitality by Piirlfyino /IntE"rllhln rfntiim tMtr annum, paynlili' unmlnnnnnllyan ,
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| Terry was tranlla..tlnlbUlli. d l thfi InHTHPt.nn of MaM. ul..II..n arv t.. A.Hiiott .
the ttlixxl. When fed 1 Itsklrriitliiiiiinillnvltiiratiiii ...
ness in Starke Saturday. you (). M. Hlitrtmk ami ). M. Alvan-i, anilT.

County ;, Mr-. L. 1 H. Hill and :Miss f.vFutch: / |) ; .( | { cffrct lie" how .In N.t.K-mlrlck.tlniony' *h.r.Mt..'aa. I ol-rk.hav* hvntuntu .utivorlbi1 -
It briniis color to the ch."e n anil how !! my namit anil. oaiinnil th. .."! of tbnnalil
were visitors to Starke Monday. Town to h>r...o IK alllMil.. thla thu 24th
It tha 111]
improves then
npprtiti), yw; >
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I Carl Woolen wns a visitor. to Bun- day of April, A. P. I'l'JJ.L. :
appreciate ltd: true tonic vnlun.Grova's I I A. DAVH. J R.,
nell several days last week. Mayor of the Town of Hturkw, Ploriitii.Attnitl .
Tjstelenn chill: Tunic IB limply
7 dcgraph I Mr and Mrs. [.. A. Marr and children Iron ami Q-ilnlne mwpcniird In syrup. Sopluaaunk C. .\. FUTCII. .IH.,,I)
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Dark -6'-n.2.
attended the moving pictures at
evefhilrlr liko it. The t>li>ixlneedit
the State Farm tin-lay evening.Mr QIJININK to Purity It unil IRON to
i : and :Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of Enrich It. IteHtroyH Malarial! germll und >o W'orm. in a lloallhy ClnltlAllchllilrna

\ Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Lawteyaf Gi-ugertn| by lis Sirangtlieniiiri lnvli>>rutmjl tmablmt. with Worm h...o an -
h-nlthycaliir. which bulluiu. puor bluml.' ao.l aa arul
STARKE, FLORIDA the home of :' and :Mrs. M. Pad EfTwt yflc. .
01' I.. thnra lit rai>re or leu.* 'umtaih, JUturtMuitCKOVE3 -*
I!: TASlCLEfkt!: CHILL TON ID Ulviin n-.iilatly -
} gett.George .. ':"' cnOt turn urwtorei for two or thrm wenka will mrkh the blout.ltnprovihadlimtluo.aailact .
Wilkerson and lion. Jack, of
.>a TbaUty.....eaettf I> >unfyto( .nii .
y | I ...... Nature. will, taintIhniw
Maxville, were visitors to Lawtey on Tnnlc In'be whole "
.Ic.IDIIIM bin...!. Yon -an tana t.*l'JM Strroih. eon"1L ufT or dlionl th. worm*,aoxl,1..Ch..I..1I1.. IwU
Friday. ':ovI..t1D. 11:"...., Pke utltn.t li..."h.Plmaaot to Ua3u. pur boiU*

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'l'' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST RKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1922.r .
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c The Sale You've Been Waiting For. A Sale Without A Parallel I Im

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., KEEP THIS IN MIND---No matter what Sales are or have been--no matter whenor

where, NEVER have you been able to buy BETTER GOODS for so little nioney. I

';''' JUST PUT THE GOODS AND PRICE TOGETHER and you will carry them I

', .: ,1,: away and be glad you came and you will come back again for more real honest..to-
goodness genuine bargains because of both price and quality.
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.' : i We need the money to pay bills and are going to sacrifice our
: EX P L A N ATO RY profIts in order to do so.

IH: I Beginning SATURDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock. RAIN OR SHINE

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p1 W.L. DOUGLAS SHOES
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I ,?J; 1 I STORE SELLS A AWAY FROM
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! :11 I LADIES READY- THIS SALEBECAUSE
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m. I THE BEST'I. MEANS MONEY

:1 :' QUALITY : SAVED
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, ,j 1 There are lots of other items which we have not space to mention but merely invite. you to come and see.

t. SPECIAL$5.00 will be given away during this SALESPECIAL

Every customer who trades at this store during this sale will receive a number
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f and. the one holding the lucky number will receive $5.00 in CASH at the end of,
'If;; the Sale. The oftener you come the more numbers you will have.


,1i i Sale Lasts Two Weeks Only. Nothing Charged at Sale Prices

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YELLOW JlOMF..sI'UN-YD. WIDE WORK SHIRTS MEN'SpKK SHOES MEN'S WOOL SUITS SILK HOSE-EVERWEAK BRAND
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i:! lOc a yard 69c $1.85 $18.95 98c and up

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: MEN'S PALM IIEACII SUITS SUMMER UNDERWEAR
11.95 I Just Arrived 45c
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;' A line of Summer Hats
I I, LADIES' SILK WAISTS new SILK DRESSES

i $1.98 for Ladies: and they are going $14.85 upMEN'S

9 HEAVY OVERALLS to be put on sale at reduced SOCKS

?: $1.49 prices. Trimmed Hats from lOc pair and up


'1 CUMFY 15c CUT VESTS I $1 _-98 '.U P MEN'S 98cBLEACIIINGYAIID SHIRTS


f WIDE STRAW HATS GINGHAM DRESSES FOR LADIES CHAMBRAY ARROW COLLARS

15c yd 98c and up $3.98 12 l-2c 19c

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; Date Saturday, May 13th. Place STERNBERG'S, STARKE r FLA.



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